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Russell Freedman
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In his annotated bibliography, Freedman lists nearly forty sources about and by Martha Graham which he used for Martha Graham: A Dancer's Life. These include other books about her, books about dance, magazine and newspaper articles, and film references.

The Life and Dances of Martha Graham by Trudy Garfunkel, Frontiers of Dance: The Life of Martha Graham by Terry Walter, and The Importance of Martha Graham by Pamela Pratt are books specifically written for young people. Freedman book's, however, is written in a manner appealing to older readers as well as young ones.

Fellow dancer Agnes De Mille wrote Martha: The Life and Work of Martha Graham.

Herself a colorful figure of dance, De Mille provides an insider's view of her friend of sixty years. Don McDonah's Martha Graham: A Biography was published two years after her death and is described by Freedman as "the most...

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