Martha: The Life and Work of Martha Graham

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Random House, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 509 pages
The author, a celebrated choreographer and a friend of Martha Graham for more than sixty years, traces Graham's life and career and discusses her training as a student, her early successes, and her development of a new language of dance

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MARTHA: The Life and Work of Martha Graham

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Eye-opening, riveting, enlightening, uplifting—Martha Graham's life and times seen through the discerning, appreciative eye of Agnes de Mille. This is an earthier, more human Graham than in her own ... Read full review

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