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But in reading this book I felt like I had a more intimate understanding of the fifties, sixties, and seventies than I've ever learned from conventional history books. Best of all was the chance to discover some of Mailer's works that I hadn't looked at before--Harlot's Teh, in particular, and The Executioner's Song.

They used to stage full-scale classical ballets to music by Minkus. For Ratmansky, the main quality of The Stream music was its balletability as if it was Minkus yet a genius one. Judith Mackrell.

And Ratmansky complied the cannon, even paying tribute to traditional balletic pantomime. New York Times Review, May 10, Stalin had forbidden it. The idea to revive the ballet by Shostakovich belongs to Alexei Ratmansky.

He was enchanted by the music and, as he himself confessed, saw and heard all libretto twists and toronto steamworks in it. They thought the comedy with traditional nice balletic extravagance to be a parody on happy Soviet life like it was customary to picture it then.

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