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Orders over $ 10. Edgar degas’ masterpiece, the rehearsal of the ballet on stage, is delightfully re- imagined as a children’ s story edgar degas children s book in this vibrant picture book. Laura, a young dancer, is transported to nineteenth- century paris, where she gets to perform on stage with degas’ famous ballerinas. Biography of edgar degas. Degas was born in paris, france, the eldest of five children of célestine musson de gas and augustin de gas, a banker.
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