Genius: Isadora Duncan 'My Life' (1927)
Isadora Duncan was an artist who lived (and died) in an extraordinary manner. Her autobiography tells how she conceived a radical dance manifesto while partying across Europe.
- This memoir sold extremely well in America, being reprinted 9 times in 10 months
- A lot of this book reads like a society gossip column.
- Duncan can’t help being political: everything she sees about her life and women’s lives is politics to her.
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