THE MAUD ALLAN AFFAIR
London, 1908. The exotic dancer Maud Allan saves the London Olympics from certain failure. 90,000 people fill the stadium to see the biggest celebrity of the day, famed for her erotic dance, Salome, the Dance of the Seven Veils. A decade later she is accused of being a lesbian and brought to trial. Photos.
Publisher: Pen & Sword
Item #: 2784033
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