Flight of the swan; a memory of Anna Pavlova, by Andre Oliveroff as told to John Gill.
One is not going to sacrifice the flowery grace of Genee, or Pavlova with her genius of the butterflies, because of the multitude of fools.
For the girl of my dreams came to her feet with just that lovely, controlled ease you see in Pavlova, and with the prettiest little gesture of welcome.
laughed when I asked her if she could ride, no wonder I had thought she moved like Pavlova.
She would have that waving bronze-gold hair that stands out in little separate, shining tendrils; eyes that startled you with their clear blue under dark, level eyebrows--I never look twice at a girl with arched brows--the rose-white, satin-smooth skin that goes with all of them, and she would move like----Well, you've seen Pavlova move!
I select but a few out of the many when I quote the actresses, Siddons, Rachel, La Duse, Sarah Bernhardt, Ellen Terry; the dancers, La Duncan, Pavlova, Genee; the literary women, the Brontes, Madame de Stael, George Eliot, Sappho, Christina Rossetti; among the more modern, May Sinclair and Lucas Malet.
"One sister, Sister Pavlova, is very nice--an aristocrat of correct views and a great satisfaction.
For she floated up, effortlessly, unconsciously, to the very tips of her toes, and stood so--like Pavlova! CHAPTER III DUDLEY'S MINE: AND DUDLEY'S GOLD
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I had seen it already, when I thought she moved like Pavlova. "
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