Angna Enters, artist and dancer, has twice been awarded a Guggenheim fellowship and has climbed high in the artistic world...

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Angna Enters, artist and dancer, has twice been awarded a Guggenheim fellowship and has climbed high in the artistic world and won large audiences for her individual style and her painting. It was through her study of movement that she went into the field of dancing. Here she gives an explanation of her ideas and work, the relation between music and painting and history; her travels, performances; her love of Spain and her feelings about the Civil War; her many-sided activities. Full of her personal opinions, but an autobiography of an artist rather than a woman.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937