Once you have identified your key interest area, start narrowing it down to one clear problem. It is an important stage, because if you fail to formulate a clear definite topic, you will never manage to compress all your passion into a necessary amount of words and organize your writing in coherent paragraphs without being overwhelmed with emotions. Imagine, you love dancing and decide to write about it. Immediately a whole hurricane of ideas is stirred in your head: types of dancing, ballet, hip-hop, classical dance, benefits, training techniques, etc.
It was a revolution. It would be more expressive, and show more spirit and emotion and less virtuosity. The dance would be improvisational, uninhibited and provocative. Future spiritual and bodily reform movements expressed themselves in a new “natural” naked dance. The women took centre stage. A key protagonist was Isadora Duncan, who around 1900 had taken from classical dance technique and costume. She had even taken off dancing shoes – “you do not play the piano with gloves on”. She wanted to unite the body, mind and spirit in her art, and searched with Olga Desmond for inspiration in ancient Greek and Egyptian art, during the time of Orientalism .