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Blood Memory: An Autobiography

Blood Memory: An Autobiography
Library Shelf Location 29c.GRAH
Publication Date 20 Mar 1992
Description "Blood Memory" is the story of Martha Graham, from a difficult childhood in the American West and her "wild" days in the Greenwich Village Follies to her own company that began with only two students. Her views on dance are interspersed with anecdotes about Charlie Chaplin, Louise Brooks, Indira Gandhi, Margot Fonteyn, Woody Allen, the Pope and Madonna including her collaborative relationships with Isamu Noguchi, Halston, Mikhail Baryshnikov, and Louis Horst.
ISBN 9780333574416
Quantity 1
Pages 288 pages
Author Martha Graham
Format Hardback
Publisher MacMillan London Ltd
Related Artist Martha Graham
Category Dance
Language English

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