The Dancer's Book of Ballet

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Students of ballet spend years in preparation for a ballet career; a great deal of energy is devoted to developing the proper form and the right look but achieving these alone does not guarantee success. The Dancers Book of Ballet is designed to help dancers make the difficult transition from student to professional.

Whitehill and Noble caringly initiate inexperienced hopefuls to the facts of a complicated and competitive career: preparing a resume, selecting a photographer, choosing a company, how to audition.

The Dancers Book of Ballet provides a three-dimensional picture of the special, private world of working ballet performers.

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About the author (2000)

William Noble is the author of 15 books, including Three Rules for Writing a Novel, The Twenty-Eight Biggest Writing Blunders, and Bookbanning in America. His articles have appeared in such magazines as Writer's Digest and Self. He lives in Island Heights, New Jersey.

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