Known by many as the greatest dancer of her time, Isadora Duncan was the matriarch of creative self-expression.
A pioneer in the dance world and the women's movement, her name is synonymous with originality, spontaneity, and intrigue.
She was the first woman to break simultaneously the barriers of art, love, fashion, sex, religion and marriage.
Dorothy Parker christened her 'Duncan disorderly', praising her as 'magnificent, generous, gallant and fated'. Finally, here is a biography that does justice to the life of this unforgettable and exceptional woman.
Hers was a life marked by tragedy - she never recovered from the accidental drowning of her two small children and was plagued by alcoholism.
She died in a car accident in 1927; her scarf became entangled in the wheel of her car during a joy ride on the French Riviera and she was strangled.Never before has the life of Isadora Duncan been given such thorough and sweeping treatment.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 768 pages, Section: 16, b/w
- Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
- Publication Date: 06/02/2003
- Category: Dance
- ISBN: 9780349116198