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Killed BY THE Fate That Cheated HER OF Happiness
How Isadora Duncan, the Famous Classic Dancer, Went to an Unexpected and Horrible Death Just When She Seemed About to Find Peace and Contentment
The Washington Post (1923-1954) - Washington, D.C.
Date: Oct 16, 1927
Start Page: SM2
Pages: 1
Section: MAGAZINE

ISADORA DUNCAN, world-famous exponent of the Greek dance, whose diaphanous draperies and bare, pink toes outraged Broadway twenty years ago, whose renown as a "red" in Russia was at one time as international as her terpsichorean abilities, lived a life that was never all music and gayety and joy.

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