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The Cabaret
The Cabaret | Lisa Appignanesi
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The author presents a comprehensive cultural history of cabaret, where the most radical of artists, poets, writers, musicians and theatre directors have gathered since 1881. This edition is enriched with materials that have become more accessible in the post-Soviet era.
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JazzFeathers
The Cabaret | Lisa Appignanesi
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Well, in spite of losing most of yesterday to the flu, l'm happy of the result because a) l did better than last time and b) l finished 'The Cabaret' which l didn't think l would.

The Cabaret is a fantastic intro to this form of entertainment. It focuses on the Weimar Cabaret, but it reached out to other places and other time.

This is the conclusion of my #24B4Monday Still have one day of #25inFive Let's do this!

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JazzFeathers
The Cabaret | Lisa Appignanesi
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#24B4Monday #25inFive

So... this was the perfect weekend for these challenges because l'm off work until tomorrow... except yesterday l came down with flu and spent most of the day in bed.
I'm so annoyed with myself. I could have done a lot better.

Anyway, l managed to read a bit from both these books. I really need to finish Cabaret. It's a great book, very informative. But l need to move on.

@TheReadingMermaid @Andrew65

Andrew65 Oh no! Hope you are feeling better soon. 😊 4y
TK421 I hope you feel better soon.☺ 4y
JazzFeathers @TK421 @Andrew65 Thanks guys. I feel much better today ☺ 4y
Andrew65 @JazzFeathers That‘s good. 😊 4y
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JazzFeathers
The Cabaret | Lisa Appignanesi
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The AtoZ Blogging Challenge starts in two days and l'm still reading in preparation for my theme (Berlin Cabaret).
I feel l'm soooo behind 😨
Fortunately Apache is helping me 😉

#CatsofLitsy

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Leftcoastzen
The Cabaret | Lisa Appignanesi
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#MusicalNewYear The Cabaret was so much more than a nightclub.This lively illustrated history covers all of Europe , Britain & the U.S. from 1881 on. A meeting place for artists ,writers & musicians .Did you know Picasso‘s work was first shown (1900) in the 4 Cats Cabaret in Barcelona?I bet they were incredible places to hear gossip,politics, & listen to the
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Cinfhen That‘s so cool!!! I think you‘re right!! The cabaret was like a secret avant-garde clubhouse 😉 4y
batsy Such a striking cover! 4y
Leftcoastzen @batsy I think you would like it , so interesting. 4y
Leftcoastzen @Cinfhen Wish I could go, kinda. 4y
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