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McFee G. Understanding Dance
Routledge, 1992. - 356 Pages.

This important book examines the aesthetics of dance. Philosophically rigorous, appropriately introductory, and genuinely focused, Understanding Dance provides comprehensive coverage of all the main areas surrounding dance. Features include an examination of both U.K. and U.S. ballet companies and a look at the work of critics on both sides of the Atlantic.
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