In , Duncan became part of Augustin Daly 's theater company in New York, but she soon became disillusioned with the form and craved a different environment with less of a hierarchy. The adoption process was never verified, but all six of Isadora's dancers did change their last name to Duncan. Two years later, on December 28, , Yesenin was found dead in his room in the Hotel Angleterre in St Petersburg in an apparent suicide. She performed in the drawing rooms of the wealthy, taking inspiration from the Greek vases and bas-reliefs in the British Museum. Oxford [England]: Oxford University Press. Her movement was feminine and arose from the deepest feelings in her body.
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