Arabesque: Dancing on the Edge in Los Angeles #2020

Arabesque: Dancing on the Edge in Los Angeles Cherie Magnus Arabesque Dancing on the Edge in Los Angeles A prequel to the award winning memoir The Church of Tango Arabesque is about making choices when young that forever alter your life It s in Los Angeles Cherie is and on the threshold of chan

  • Title: Arabesque: Dancing on the Edge in Los Angeles
  • Author: Cherie Magnus
  • ISBN: 9780615980010
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Paperback
  • Arabesque: Dancing on the Edge in Los Angeles Cherie Magnus A prequel to the award winning memoir, The Church of Tango, Arabesque is about making choices when young that forever alter your life It s 1960 in Los Angeles Cherie is 17 and on the threshold of change, even as the world awaits the cataclysmic turbulence that soon comes Cherie is a dancer, a student at UCLA, and in love with a handsome, troubled graduate student who waA prequel to the award winning memoir, The Church of Tango, Arabesque is about making choices when young that forever alter your life It s 1960 in Los Angeles Cherie is 17 and on the threshold of change, even as the world awaits the cataclysmic turbulence that soon comes Cherie is a dancer, a student at UCLA, and in love with a handsome, troubled graduate student who wants her to give up her career plans The havoc sets her off balance and into a nightmare world far from her dreams.The memoir paints a picture of the times, not only in Los Angeles, but in a small town in the midwest where her grandparents live and coexist with the Native American Sioux.Suitable for young adults, dance and college students, and anyone who remembers being on the threshold of change.
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    1. It takes bravery to write a memoir Since the story is presented as factual, and is presented without the benefit of camouflage behind fictional events and characters, I choose not to judge plot or content this is part of a person s life story, after all The 3.5 star rating I ve awarded is meant to applaud the experience the author has worked to communicate of their life and loves as a dance student in UCLA in the 60 s Every life is unique, and readers enjoy other perspectives about times they, t [...]

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