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Quotation by Isadora Duncan
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From the first chapter of her memoirs published in This Quarter (Paris, Autumn 1929)
My Life (1927)
quoted in Isadora Duncan's End Mary Desti (1929)
This Quarter (Paris, Autumn 1929)
I had learned to have a perfect nausea for the theatre: the continual repetition of the same words and the same gestures, night after night, and the caprices, the way of looking at life, and the entire rigmarole disgusted me.
Isadora Duncan (1878–1927), U.S. dancer. My Life, ch. 5 (1927).
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