Visions of Apollo

@article{Hardy2010VisionsOA,
  title={Visions of Apollo},
  author={Camille Hardy},
  journal={Dance Chronicle},
  year={2010},
  volume={33},
  pages={320 - 325}
}
Akim Volynsky was the pen name of Chaim Leib Flekser (1861– 1926), born in Ukraine to a Jewish family of booksellers. Perhaps a love of books was in his DNA, for he spent his adult life treasuring volumes above all else. At eighteen he moved to St. Petersburg, where he became a significantly influential humanist scholar and critic, fighting passionately—sometimes controversially—for an elevated aesthetic consciousness, which he believed could revitalize art, artists, and audiences. Besides… Expand

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