Dancing on My Grave

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Berkley Books, 1992 - Performing Arts - 363 pages
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The shattering story of a dream which became a heartbreaking nightmare for one of America's most famous ballerinas, Gelsey Kirkland, who chronicles her brilliant start as a dancer with George Balanchine, her legendary partnership with Mikhail Baryshnikov, her agonizing descent into drugs, and her struggles to rise again. Photographs.

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I actually remember reading about the controversy of Dancing on My Grave when it came out back in 1986 (although I could not recall the specific year until we acquired this used copy via amazon ... Read full review

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I actually remember reading about the controversy of "Dancing on My Grave" when it came out back in 1986 (although I could not recall the specific year until we acquired this used copy via amazon ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter One SEEN BUT NOT HEARD
1
Chapter Two CATS CRADLE
15
Chapter Three GOD INDISPOSED
32
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