Examples of garret in a Sentence
bought a charming Victorian house with a garret that she hoped to turn into a writing room
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Perhaps most important in examining a creative life and career like this one is seeing how art is made in communities, rather than by isolated artists in garrets (or studios on 10th Street in Greenwich Village).
There is hardly any furniture in the young bohemians’ Paris garret, making the space resemble an empty stage.
Nadar had become friendly with Baudelaire and his fellow poet Gérard de Nerval during his days as a garret-hopping bohemian.
Lone wolves hurling thunderbolts from their garrets gave way to affable co-critics doing online chats, TimesTalks, and video clips, writing personal essays and exploring their own biases.
Set artists Charles Gliha and Hubert Wisniewski created believable evocations of the garret shared by Rodolfo and Marcello, the brilliant street and cafe scene of Act Two, and the grim and wintry Barriere de l'Enfer of Act Three.
But first, some background: Aged 29, ink-stained and impecunious, Stevenson rented a garret at the top of a boarding house in San Francisco from December 1879 to April 1880.
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