JEROME ROBBINS, BY HIMSELF
A chronicle of an extraordinary life as it looked from the inside, from Robbins's childhood to his struggles as a yearning, unrealized artist through his days as a revolutionary choreographer in American theater and dance, to his latter years in which he strove to reconcile his conflicts and ensure his legacy. Illustrated, some in color.
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