Octavo, softcover, VG in grey pictorial lightly edgeworn wrappers. Illustrated in section of b & w photos. 345 pages including index. "One of the best books of dance criticism ever. " probably the most important dance book in 20 years a critical look at the "past five years, " during which dance "has come into its own as a major cultural medium".
Very Good in very good jacket. 345 pp; light scuffing and edge wear to jacket, light edge wear to boards; "Watching the Dance Go By" is a clear-sighted examination of more than 80 dance performances by both American and foreign companies, and enlightening introduction to contemporary dance for the novice, an trenchent appraisal for the initiate.
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Good+ Size: 8vo-over 7; Covers have some rubbing, shelfwear, light edgewear, old price sticker on ft., reading creases in spine. A few pages have moderate marginalia in pencil. Pages are clean and crisp, binding tight.
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