Degas, Edgar, 1834-1917 - Juvenile literature;
Degas, Edgar, 1834-1917;
Painters - France - Biography - Juvenile literature;
Dancers in art - Juvenile literature;
Dancers in art
Susan Goldman Rubin discusses her book, “Degas and the Dance.” She begins by explaining that she wrote the book to figure out the process that Edgar Degas used to paint watercolors. She talks about how he studied ballerinas and would have a...
Norman Mailer discusses his book, “Tough Guys Don’t Dance.” Mailer details the plot, which is set in Provincetown, Massachusetts and follows the protagonist Tim Madden. Madden is an alcoholic writer who is attracted to wealthy blondes. When...
Blair, Betsy, 1923-2009; Motion picture actors and actresses - United States - Biography
Betsy Blair discusses her book, “The Memory of All That.” She begins by describing the beginning of her career in New Jersey dancing in a chorus line. It was during this time in her life that she met, then choreographer, Gene Kelly whom she...