British author Diana Wynne Jones has been writing speculative fiction for children for more than thirty years. A clear influence on more recent writers such as J. K. Rowling, her humorous and exciting stories of wizard's academies, dragons, and griffins-many published for children but read by all ages-are also complexly structured and thought provoking critiques of the fantasy tradition. This is the first serious study of Jones's work, written by a renowned science fiction critic and historian. In addition to providing an overview of Jones's work, Farah Mendlesohn also examines Jones's important critiques of the fantastic tradition's ideas about childhood and adolescence.A Philosophy and Method of Modern Dance Alwin Nikolais, Murray Louis. The leg path ... The left foot crosses in front, the heel pressing forward to continue the diagonal walk line. ... Develop this set of steps with forward and backward walks.
|Title||:||The Nikolais/Louis Dance Technique|
|Author||:||Alwin Nikolais, Murray Louis|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 2005-01-01|