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Arnold Lionel Haskell (19 July 1903, London – 14 November 1980, Bath) was a British dance critic who founded the Camargo Society in 1930. With Ninette de Valois, he was influential in the development of the Royal Ballet School, later becoming the school's headmaster.

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by Haskell, Arnold L. (Arnold Lionel), 1903-1980
London : Readers Union by arrangement with Adam & Charles Black ; Melbourne : Robertson & Mullens, 1943
by Haskell, Arnold L. (Arnold Lionel), 1903-1980
London, New York [etc.] Pub. for the British council by Longmans Green & co [1946]
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