Selders, Gilbert
September 1929
New Republic;9/11/1929, Vol. 60 Issue 771, p97
Focuses on the life and works of artist Serge Diaghileff in Soviet Union. Observation to the Russian Ballet; Contribution in the field of ballet; Personal background.


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