Molly O'Shea Column in THE CARMELITE

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Title

Molly O'Shea Column in THE CARMELITE

Subject

Art, Modernism, and Bohemia

Description

Dodge's column was written to appreciate a friend of hers named Molly O'Shea. What is interesting about this piece is that it conveys how Dodge was enough of a cultural icon to write about just about anything. Basically, if Dodge wrote a column, she could find someone to publish it. It speaks to Dodge's status in Bohemia and society at large. The O'Sheas were quite well known themselves. Dodge would not become acquainted with them until after living in New York. Rudnick explains, "The O’Sheas were known as 'royal dispensers of hospitality,' and gave elaborate picnic luncheons at the bottom of the high cliff which jutted out at the end of their peninsula," which Dodge would attend (5874).

Rudnick, Lois. Mabel Dodge Luhan: New Woman, New Worlds (Kindle Locations 5874-5875). University of New Mexico Press. Kindle Edition.

Creator

Mabel Dodge

Source

Mabel Dodge Luhan Collection

Publisher

Beinecke Library

Date

1930 May 30

Contributor

Mabel Dodge

Rights

Mabel Dodge Luhan Collection

Format

Image of Newspaper Clipping

Language

English

Type

Newspaper

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Original Format

Newspaper