Cresset Press. London. 1953. First edition. Hardback; black cloth-bound boards, dust jacket. viii, 296 pages. B&w plates and text illustrations. English. 220 x 150mm. 0.5kg. . Good, in good dust jacket; light wear to jacket, light wear to forecorners and spine ends reinforced with tape to verso, discolouration to small areas caused by tape, not price-clipped; lean to spine.
Richard Buckle's memoir of life in post-War London. As a leading ballet critic and founder of Ballet magazine Buckle was surrounded by dancers, choreographers, artists and designers, and his encounters with these people populate the text. Several drawings, designs and photos by his acquaintances are reproduced.
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