A collection of reviews by eminent critic of the Boston Evening Transcript, H.T. P. [Henry Taylor Parker] (1967–1934), edited and with an introduction by former dancer Olive Holmes (1911–2003)—whose selection brings thirty years of dance to life. Includes reviews on many important dance figures like Ruth St. Denis and Isadora Duncan, forming a unique record of the period of the American discovery of dance.
Wesleyan University Press
NEH, National Endowment of the Humanities, open books, Melon Foundation, open access humanities, Dance, modernism, Isadora Duncan, Ruth St. Denis, Olive Holmes, H.T. Parker, Dance criticism
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