The New York Times, “Celebrating Carmelita Maracci, Who ‘Took the Girdle Off Ballet’”

To the end, Ms. Maracci never lost her hostility toward what she felt was the constricting conformity of the dance establishment. Long after she stopped performing she wrote to Ms. de Mille: “I’m more of an anarchist than ever. I could never have danced as I did if I had been an obedient servant.”

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