- Title Pages
- Bohemian Groves in Southern Soil
- The Southern Origins of Bohemian New York
- The Double Dealers in Bohemian New Orleans
- A Community Far Afield
- James Agee and the Southern Superreal
- Countercultural Structures of Contemporary Global South Poetry
- Down Home and Out
- Trash Food
- My Yankee Traitor Heart
- Southern Cinematic Slumming
- Southern Expressions of the Blues Revival
- Acting Out
- Reimagined Old-Time Music Cultures in the Trainhopping Punk Rock South
- Space, Time, and Race in Dirty South Bohemia
- We Think a Lot
- Bohemian Groves, Grooves, Gardens, and Guns
- Liminality and the Search for the New Austin Bohemianism
- (p.128) Trash Food
- Bohemian South
- University of North Carolina Press
This chapter explores the tensions of navigating cultured bohemian circles that sometimes touch the worlds of writing and academia. In particular, the author examines the links between social class and food, as well as the ways in which these can divide us and provoke suspicion and even shame.
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