MUSIC: Story of a Dancer

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Shut away in a Swiss sanatorium is the man the world once knew as the greatest of dancers. For months at a time he speaks no word. He still hears the echo of War guns. His dead, dumb eyes see soldiers dying around him. Sixteen years have passed since Vaslav Nijinsky danced in the U. S. But this winter the re-enact- ment of many of Nijinsky's great roles by the Monte Carlo Ballet Russe has aroused fresh talk of his genius (TIME, Jan. i). Next week will be published the story of Nijinsky's life,...

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