Voice and Obsession: A Rhetoric of Anonymity in The Revenger’s Tragedy (1607)

A moment from from the dance Marche Fúnebre (Moscow, 1921), choreographed by Kasjan Goleizovsky, music by Nikolai Medtner, photograph by Daniil Demutsky. Depicted: K. Kuznetsova, Tat’iana Miroslavskaia, and L. Gai. From: Nicoletta Misler, The Russian Art of Movement 1920-1930, page 211.

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