Before Joan Brady became a writer she was a dancer. At nineteen she was poised at the pinnacle of every dancer's dream - admission to an internationally acclaimed ballet company. But at the crucial moment she lost her confidence and forfeited what she believed was her chance of stardom. Dance had taught her discipline, technique and elegance.
Prologue: An Unconventional Life by Joan Brady
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