Andrew Lees's scientific contributions

Citations

... It served as a counterpart to societal configurations that supressed artistic freedom or had no tolerance for bohemian lifestyles. The latter was itself a common topic in the novels and poems of Paris, creating an imaginary space of novelistic production (Ferguson 1997). The international concentration of writers from all parts of the globe and the influence of Paris beyond its boundaries made it a universal point of reference for those seeking to transcend social as well as artistic limits. ...