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Caryl Brahms

(1901—1982)


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(b Surrey, 1901; d London, 4 Dec. 1982)

British writer and critic. She was best known as the author (with S. J. Simon) of the satirical novel A Bullet in the Ballet (1937). She was editor of Footnotes to Ballet (1936), and wrote Robert Helpmann, Choreographer (1943) and A Seat at the Ballet (1951). A Bullet in the Ballet was later turned into a musical starring Massine and Baronova.

Subjects: Dance.


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