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Valery Panov's Autobiography


brbropus39

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I just bought To Dance By Valery Panov at a used bookstore and can't put it down. Of course I'm not holding it as I write this, but it's still right by my side. I always enjoy reading autobiographies of dancers. I've read Villella's, Robert LaFosse's, Bruhn's, Nijinsky's, and biographies of Nureyev and Baryshnikov. I like them because they're like windows to what it's really like to be a professional dancer. For those who haven't read this book, I really reccomend it. It's a very intimate account of Panov's struggles and happiness as a dancer, child, man, husband and, most importantly, lover of life.

P.S. Does anyone know if there is a biography of Yuri Soloviev? Thanks

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