Isn't that considerate of you, letting a Bohunk
and a Jew even sit down in your presence," Bronstein said acidly.
While he was on a research expedition Holly took up residence in a tent on an island across the lake from their home, and it was while canoeing the vicinity that she met one of "the bohunks
from the lumber camp," whose faces, Phonsine explains to Eva, "were a little like ours--they had these wide, wide cheekbones, and black eyes" (48-9).
The rest are Poles, Slavs, Finns, Letts, and Bohunks
Earlier, Scandinavians made good money on the railway, but now bohunks are working = Poles & Galaciers & such people.
But on some places the bohunks get priority since those poor idiots will gladly work for food alone.
They were Polaks, Honkies, Bohunks
, DPs, and Human Garbage.
Editor's note: bohunk
is probably derived from Bohemian plus Hunk, which is derived by the shortening and alteration of Hungarian.
The critics who would have us believe that there is something essentially unpoetical about a bohunk
(whatever a bohunk
may be) and something essentially poetical about Sir Lancelot of the Lake are, of course, simply negligible.