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People/Characters: Isadora Duncan

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"Your Isadora": The Love Story of Isadora Duncan & Gordon Craig by Francis Steegmuller
After Egypt : Isadora Duncan & Mary Cassatt by Millicent Dillonnot in English Common Knowledge
All-Night Party: The Women of Bohemian Greenwich Village and Harlem, 1913-1930 by Andrea Barnet
An amazing journey; Isadora Duncan in South America by Maurice Dumesnil
Americans in Paris: A Literary Anthology by Adam Gopnik
Anna Duncan: In the Footsteps of Isadora I Isadoras Fotspar
The Art of the Dance by Isadora Duncan
Barefoot Dancer: The Story of Isadora Duncan (Trailblazer Biographies) by Barbara O'Connor
Bourdelle et la danse; Isadora et Nijinsky by Emile Antoine Bourdelle
Dance Crazy: Star Turns from Ballet to Belly Dancing by Natalie Jane Prior
Dance Was Her Religion: The Spiritual Choreography of Isadora Duncan, Ruth St. Denis and Martha Graham by Janet Lynn Roseman
Done into Dance: Isadora Duncan in America by Ann Daly
Earth Dancing, Mother Nature's Oldest Rite by Daniela Gioseffi
Edward Carpenter: A Life of Liberty and Love by Sheila Rowbotham
Esenin: A Life by Gordon McVay
Fashion Victims: The Dangers of Dress Past and Present by Alison Matthews David
Headlong Through Life: The Story of Isadora Duncan by Ean Woodnot in English Common Knowledge
Here We Stand: Politics, Performers and Performance: Paul Robeson, Charlie Chaplin, Isadora Duncan by Colin Chambers
Immortal Last Words: History's Most Memorable Dying Remarks, Deathbed Statements and Final Farewells by Terry Breverton
Infinite Variety: The Life and Legend of the Marchesa Casati by Scot D. Ryersson
Isadora & Esenin by Gordon McVay
Isadora Duncan by Joanne Mattern
Isadora Duncan by Paul Magriel
Isadora Duncan : her life, her art, her legacy by Walter Terry
Isadora Duncan in the 21st Century: Capturing the Art and Spirit of the Dancer's Legacy by Andrea Mantell Seidel
Isadora Duncan's Russian Days and Her Last Years in France by Irma Duncan
Isadora Duncan: A Graphic Biography by Sabrina Jones
Isadora Duncan: An Intimate Portrait by Sewell Stokes
Isadora Duncan: The Russian Years (Da Capo Paperback) by Ilya Ilyich Schneider
Isadora Speaks by Isadora Duncan
Isadora: A Sensational Life by Peter Kurth
Isadora; A Revolutionary in Art and Love. by Allan Ross Macdougall
Libro de réquiems by Mauricio Wiesenthal
Life into Art: Isadora Duncan and Her World by Doree Duncan
Lucia Joyce: To Dance in the Wake by Carol Loeb Shloss
Maurice Magnus: A Biography by Louise E. Wright
Mountain of Truth: The Counterculture BeginsAscona, 1900-1920 by Martin Green
My Life by Isadora Duncan
Nijinsky, Pavlova, Duncan: Three Lives In Dance (Da Capo Paperback) by Paul Magriel
Permanent Parisians: An Illustrated Guide to the Cemeteries of Paris by Judi Culbertson
The Real Isadora by Victor Seroff
Seven Daughters of the Theater: Jenny Lind, Sarah Bernhardt, Ellen Terry, Julia Marlowe, Isadora Duncan, Mary Garden, Ma by Edward Wagenknecht
The Sex Lives of Famous Lesbians by Nigel Cawthorne
To Dance, to Dream by Maxine Drury
The Untold Story: The Life of Isadora Duncan by Mary Desti
Von Richthofen Sisters by Martin Burgess Green
WageMutige Frauen. 16 Porträts by Dieter Wunderlichnot in English Common Knowledge
Waiting for Gertrude: A Graveyard Gothic by Bill Richardson
Wild Heart by Suzanne Rodriguez
Wild Women in the Kitchen: 101 Rambunctious Recipes & 99 Tasty Tales by Nicole Alper
The Witch of Lime Street: Seance, Seduction, and Houdini in the Spirit World by David Jaher
Women of Montparnasse by Morrill Cody
Women: Around the World and Through the Ages by Sabrina Mervin

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Isadora Duncan (1877–1927) was an unconventional American dancer, dance teacher, and choreographerr. She lived mostly in Paris and toured widely in Europe. She was a pioneer in improvisational and modern dance forms.

Isadora Duncan in Wikipedia

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