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“Engulfed in a Whirlwind”: Diaghilev’s Dancers in the Postwar Ballets Russes

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Abstract During Worl War I and the postwar period, the Ballets Russes bacame a truly international company, forced to absorb and adapt to the very latest trends in contemporary Western culture. This article describes the challenges facing dancers in the post-war period.

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2011-01-01
2016-09-26

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