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I sit here at my desk, peering into the depths of the dance, for the movement is
dance with its own pattern, neither good nor bad, but individual in its own right —
a dance of dust or sunbeams or bacteria or notes of sound or colours or liquids, ...
The Town Hall dance had begun, the band was playing, there was the shuffling
sound of the dancers on the powdered floor, but so far the dancers were few. A
line of men stood against one wall; a line of women against the opposite wall ...
I wasn't cynical: I also was adopting English clothes, the word- clothes of Keats, '
Beauty is truth, truth beauty.' We walked home beside the Common to Cedars
Road. 'Come home and dance,' he said. 'We roll back the carpet and dance and ...
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"The years following childhood become welded to their future" By sally tarbox on 8 June 2018 Format: Kindle Edition Second volume of Janet Frame's autobiography, opening where the previous one ended ... Read full review
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I first heard of New Zealand author Janet Frame several years ago when I read that she had been living in a mental hospital and about to be lobotomized, when a doctor recognized her name as the ... Read full review
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