Monday, May 05, 2014
Citations for coterie
The coterie world of Bloomsbury or the Strand is vicarious, but all reading provides vicarious participation in a social group.
Sturges also had a brilliant eye for finding unconventional talent, and often cast from the same coterie of quirky actors to makes his films feel textured, like a world of their own.
Origin of coterie
Coterie is French in origin, originally used to refer to an association of tenant farmers. It entered English in the mid-1700s.