alfredo8a

Alfredo Intoci Intoci itibaren Dizdarlı Köyü, 37770 Dizdarlı Köyü/Pınarbaşı/Kastamonu, Türkiye itibaren Dizdarlı Köyü, 37770 Dizdarlı Köyü/Pınarbaşı/Kastamonu, Türkiye

Okuyucu Alfredo Intoci Intoci itibaren Dizdarlı Köyü, 37770 Dizdarlı Köyü/Pınarbaşı/Kastamonu, Türkiye

Alfredo Intoci Intoci itibaren Dizdarlı Köyü, 37770 Dizdarlı Köyü/Pınarbaşı/Kastamonu, Türkiye

alfredo8a

i'm just re-reading this book again. i don't think i quite appreciated it much when i first read it in high school (since i disliked reading even more back then). on a side note, i believe Holden..... McGroin is a great name for a first born...

alfredo8a

Suzanne Farrell comes off as rather odd in this book. She seems totally detached from reality, but then again, she didn't have to be, plucked to be part of George Balanchine's company at age 15 and immediately catapulted to "favored" status. Even the tone of the writing seems detached and sort of shadowy. If you are fascinated with the New York City Ballet this is a good book to add to your repertoire.