Isadora Duncan (1878-1927), said to be the birth mother of Modern Dance, is profiled in the attached Vanity Fair article written by Arthur Hazlitt Perry:
"She is truly a remarkable woman. She never dances, acts, dresses, or thinks like anybody else. She is essentially the child of another age, a Twentieth Century exponent of a by-gone civilization. She missed her cue to come on, by twenty-three hundred years."
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