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When Flappers Led The Way To Feminism
"From the barefoot ecstasies of Isadora Duncan, whose free, expressive dancing struck a blow against the corseted rigours of classical ballet, to the collective 'jazzing' of the 1920s, dance came to play a surprisingly emblematic role in the story of women's liberation." The Guardian (UK) 04/29/13
Posted May 2, 2013 12:51 AM

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