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Students and devotees of the dance including myself have waited a long time for a book such as "Dance In Its Time. Anyone expecting the typical volume of dance photographs will be disappointed, although the book is extremely well Illustrated with black-and-white reproductions of paintings, sculpture, prints and photographs, many of which I believe are being published for the first time.

It Is interesting to read that "There were riots at Drury Lane in when the management dared to raise the entrance prices; as late asthere were riots when Co-vent Garden tried to abolish the curious custom of letting people In at drastically reduced prices after the third act, still giving them a chance of seeing two more acts and some dancing. There is one baffling comment describing the performances of "L'Apres Midi d'une Faune" "Ni-jinsky danced barefoot and his movements were accentuated by rigid and angular movements. Houghton Mifflin. One may feel amazement in the lack of conventional awe that so often goes with the Hitler subject Ingeborg Lauterstein's characters are vivid, full-sized, appealing or grotesque; but always in Feet of clay, and towel, too "After the Bath," clay sculpture by Bruno Luc-chesi, from "The Process of Sculpture" by Anthony Padovano Doubleday.

Peter Martins and Suzanne the time so I feel Sorrell has been misinformed. No doubt there will be more documents of dance written by aspiring historians; it is certain, however, that "Dance In Its Time" will be the definitive history for a long time to come and no dance library will be complete without it.

Any serious student of dance should be obliged to read it Alun Jones it artistic director of the Louisville Ballet.

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Foreword by Dome Ninette de Valois. Harmony Books. Here are two lavishly illustrated new books which are certian to appeal to a wide variety of dance lovers. England's foremost ballet company could hardly ask for a more glamorous yet basically down-to-earth tribute on its 50th anniversary than "The Royal Ballet" By Alexan the good storytelling vein. The period given is roughly between and Ladies wants real sex KY Hindman 41822, following in sequence the collapse of the great 19th-century Austrian city, whose heritage stemmed from the Haps-burg Empire.

This was a peak time of fine manners, music, love of delicious food, art and literature. At the onset of the tale, assaults and ugly Halloween-like pranks occur that will flower into open violence. In the first iectts Farrell, from "In Performance. Bland traces the company's development from its humble beginnings in a South London workingmen's theater to its present eminence as an organization with world-wide influence and reputation.

The idea of a home-grown company had been in the London air as early asand there had been attempts, by Anton Dolin and others, to start one. But it was the foresight hard work and methodical dedication of two aggressively ambitious women in the Irish-born Edris Stannus who danced under the fancified name of Ninette de Valois and Lilian Baylis, the eccentric but brilliantly capable manager of the Old Vic Theatre which brought the dream to life. Bland tells how these remarkable women managed to accomplish what so many others had failed to do.

He also recalls the many dramatic moments in the company's history its near-capture by the Nazis while touring Holland in ; its rapturously received New York debut in ; its acquisition of the young Russian defector Rudolf Nureyev inand so on. The devil turns out to be Fritz, the gardener, a secret convert to the Gestapo, wearing a disguise and set on an errand of murder.

The doll is a parasitical force though a real, china-faced doll that an adult woman carries with her in order to inherit money. The doll motif penetrates a variety of the book's aspects. The dwarf, Hanna Roth, a malicious hatmaker and once the imperial mistress of dolls, has repute for telling the future.

When the Nazis come to power, her gift for superstition finds audience with Hitler and Hess. Part of the novel's uncanny double vision is because of the narrator. Reyna von Meinert Dorbach Falken-burg, a quite believable Viennese girl aristocrat is also a skeptical, warm-hearted tomboy. The story begins when Reyna is "6 years old, apple-cheeked, amber-eyed," and ends with her emergence into womanhood, a strong, adventurous When the Third Reich falls, Reyna is hiding with her namesake grandmother, viewing through a broken pane the ambiguous arrival of Russian troops.

After starvation, horror, encountered sex, the girl's mind is intact and even shows a touch of the eclectic. The fact that her wonderful grandmother just fired a pistol at a stone statue in the hope of destroying "evil" gives Reyna an idea. She thinks that with the same intent "Martin Luther threw his inkwell against a white wall at Satan leaving behind a black mark of fear. Starting with Reyna's beautiful "Mama," the complex keeper of the doll, the web of her and everybody else's love affairs keeps extending. Each strand has its own erotic or idealized fascination.

The Romberg family across the street has been a triumvirate of romantic attachment. The Water Castle, where they live, is a mansion of beauty and seductive elegance. Until the holocaust takes over, the reader experiences the flavor that was the Vienna of the waltz. The decadence seems civilized and altruistic. In contrast is the heavy-footed Walpurgisnacht enacted at a Dance," offers not only a knowledgeable introduction for beginning ballet enthusiasts but entertaining and informative reading for seasoned balletomanes.

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Entwined in the "stories" of the ballets are innumerable sidelights on the choreography and choreographers, costumes, sets, music and other details of interest Josef Dignan is a free-lance writer living in Louisville. By Suzanne Shelton. This is surely the definitive book on Ruth St Denis, giving her the unquestionable position of pioneer of the American dance and an outstanding force In its evolution. Overcoming hood of near-poverty and disturbing family problems, she danced her way through life, winning international acclaim and the respect of the dance world.

With a name Gallicized and sanctified by David Belasco from Ruthie Denis to Ruth St Denis she fought with every weapon at her command for a place to perform. There were bit parts in road companies, dancing in vaudeville and, eventually, concerts. On her first European trip she was much in demand, appearing at private parties for the rich and royal. She made lifelong friends of the great and near-great in the worlds of art, music and literature. Always interested in theology, she delved into the religions of the East and the Far East choreographing and costuming her dances around the sacred texts of China and Japan.

Taking a good bit of theatricalmixed with a lifetime devotion to Mary Baker Eddy, the founder of Christian Science, she sometimes came up with a mighty heady terpsichorean brew. Her marriage to Ted Shawn re like a Freudian case-history.

Long after love had gone, the marriage continued to "preserve the public image" at Ted's insistence.

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His business acumen furthered their careers and developed the many Deni-shawn schools of dance until the depression of the s left them bankrupt. Almost to the ends of their lives, the couple continued to perform, alone or occasionally together. This book contains an excellent appendix, consisting of notes, sources and index. A marvelous collection of photographs is generously distributed throughout.

Jacques Albert is a lover of the fine arts, living in Louisville. German officers' ball. In the half-empty Water Castle, the Romberg family banished, depravity is allowed its vulgar worst. There, a group of transvestite Nazis perform a ghastly, orgiastic love-making, cruelty and savage caricature at the roots. Reyna, who is present is not believed next morning when she has escaped to relate the drama. No one wants to know the truth. Throughout the anti-Semitism and generally nasty human acts are skillfully demonstrated as the sickness that comes from the inertia and weakness of so-called ordinary people.

The language, of a sometimes wild amplitude, is reminiscent of Johannes V. Jensen in his Danish saga, "The Fall of the King. Jane Mayhall, a native of Louisville now living in New York, is a poet and short-story writer. Homish Hamilton. Few things so attract a biographer as a chance to restore the reputation of a person he believes to have been unfairly judged by history. Derek Wilson attacks the task with zest.

His subject is Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester.

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He undertakes to rescue him from "four centuries of calumny. Such a role is as sure to attract malice as a steel rod draws lightning. He was her close friend from her girlhood through three decades of her reign, down past the Armada year. The exact degree of their intimacy is a secret to which no one has found the key, but gossip often reported her to be with child by him. Certainly their flaming public disputes had all the marks of lovers' quarrels, and her letters to her "sweet Robin" were laced with royal endearments. Leicester was handsome, romantic, virile, a superb horseman a figure out of a Renaissance tapestry.

His long courtship of the queen involved incredible effort and expense, reaching its peak in her sojourn at his castle of Kenilworth inthe royal visit to end all royal visits. He had devoted friends, in and out of court circles. He also had enemies who reviled him as ambitious, scheming and corrupt an evil influence on his sovereign. The verdict of history has tilted in that direction.

Wilson effectively clears him of the murder of his first wife, Amy Robsart, on the basis of reliable records. He is not equally successful with all aspects of his protean career. Most convincing is his conclusion that Leicester "gave to Elizabeth Tudor that devotion, strength.

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