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Robert Garis (au). A long-time observer of George Balanchine describes his experience with & reactions to the great choreographer’s work. Handsomely illustrated with dramatic black-&-white photographs of past & present members of the New York City Ballet, this fascinating book is a major contribution to dance criticism. Robert Garis taught English at Wellesley College & has been a dance critic for Partisan Review, New Republic, Yale Review, Ballet Review, & Raritan. This valuable book provides at once an interpretation of Balanchine’s ballets, a portrait of the intelligentsia that gathered around his enterprise, & the history of one mind’s delight as Garis, over four decades, watched & meditated on the unfolding of Balanchine’s great body of work.
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