New York: Covici-Friede, 1929.
Hardcover, 3rd printing of 1st edition
369 pp., with illustrations
"Very welcome as offering the truth about this remarkable woman, a great book. Eloquent because it was written simply, sincerely and
without reservation, by a great personality ; and moving because it tells a remarkable story and shows the heroine dominated by a passion for
beauty and truth, and pursuing her quest with a rare singleness of purpose, contains countless illuminating word sketches of the great people
in all branches of art that Isadora Duncan met — and she met practically