Dancer

Colum McCann

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From the author of "Everything In This Country Must" and "This Side Of Brightness" comes this widely anticipated new novel based around the life of Russian dancer, Rudolf Nureyev. A remarkable life transformed into a remarkable piece of fiction, from a widely acclaimed young irish writer with a growing reputation.

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Einband gebundene Ausgabe
Seitenzahl 352
Erscheinungsdatum Januar 2003
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-897580-29-5
Verlag Weidenfeld & Nicolson
Maße (L/B/H) 24.4/16.4/3.4 cm
Gewicht 655 g

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Ralph Fiennes superb picture of the early stages of Nurejews career(culminating in a thrilleresque escape from the clutches of his Soviet minders at the airport in Paris) made me browse my bookshelf in search of McCanns novel/biography to reread it for the umpteenth time. It is still an unflinchingy honest portrait of an excepio... Ralph Fiennes superb picture of the early stages of Nurejews career(culminating in a thrilleresque escape from the clutches of his Soviet minders at the airport in Paris) made me browse my bookshelf in search of McCanns novel/biography to reread it for the umpteenth time. It is still an unflinchingy honest portrait of an excepional talent in difficult times. It is still on of the most marvellous books on artistic passion I have ever read. And it is stil my perfect excuse if anyone starts a discussion about artistic ego. He was talented. Ballet in the 20th centruy was transformed because of people like him. So if a touch of ego got in the was every now and then, does it really matter? This, for me is the gist of the book: you don't have to like me. But look at what I do.

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