Art Without Boundaries by Jack Anderson
The World of Modern Dance

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Out of his long history as dance critic for the "New York Times, " Jack Anderson gives us this important, comprehensive history of one of the liveliest and most unpredictable of the arts. Treating modern dance as a self-renewing art, Anderson follows its changes over the decades and discusses the visionary choreographers who have devised new modes of movement.

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Published August 1, 1997 by Univ of Iowa Pr. 346 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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Dance critic Anderson offers a sweeping panorama of modern dance that comes across with the same dynamism and urgency of purpose as the subject itself. Starting with Isadora Duncan's seminal steps tow

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