Books by Peter Kurth

ISADORA by Peter Kurth
Released: Nov. 15, 2001

"Duncan's star has faded somewhat, and Kurth's life should restore some of its shine. Fans of modern dance and 20th-century cultural history will find this rewarding."
A well-detailed if unevenly paced life of the renowned American dancer, who craved and courted fame and earned it even in the manner of her death. Read full book review >
TSAR by Peter Kurth
Released: Oct. 1, 1995

"A moving and groundbreaking presentation (the companion volume to a National Geographic TV special) that will fascinate readers of every sort. (Book-of-the-Month Club selection)"
A riveting photographic record of the lives of Nicholas and Alexandra that emphasizes their sheltered world and its consequences, both personal and political. Read full book review >