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Books about dance may focus on ballet, folk dancing, ballroom, modern or interpretive dance. You may find a photo gallery from Cirque du Soleil or Alvin Ailey, a philosophical discussion of movement and expression, a treatise on medieval court dances or an instructional manual for calling a square dance. To find the book you want, look to us for a collection of book reviews. Our writers range from dancers and choreographers to academics and everyday folks, so you will find the perspective you seek among the book reviews in our large database. Find a review of a glossy photographic book that takes your breath away. Consider several books on the past and future of dance, and decide which appeals to you most. Let your eyes do the dancing through our articles. Post some of these book reviews on your dance website and delight your readers — regular content updates increase your page rank with Google, you know!
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