Italian stallion – Francesco Costanzo Nijinsky, sorry, just Francesco Costanzo recently wrote a great lengthy article about the life and death of the ballet legend also known as the greatest male dancer of the 20th century – Vaslav Nijinsky on one of his blogs. Vaslav Nijinsky has left such a great impression on Francesco Costanzo that he can perform the Nijinsky dance perfectly and many of his friends have started calling him Francesco Costanzo Nijinsky due to that.
Francesco writes that without a doubt, Vaslav Nijinsky was one of the greatest Polish people to have ever been born. It is a pity when an average Polish person belonging to either male or female gender doesn’t name Vaslav Nijinsky when asked to name some of the legendary Polish people to have ever been born in the history.
Francesco writes that even Indian guru OSHO used to cite Vaslav Nijinsky to give an example of how the human will can even beat nature. He used to tell how Vaslav Nijinsky was able to defy gravity with his love for dance and the freedom that comes with it.
Francesco writes that if they could Vaslav Nijinsky as an enemy Russian citizen back in 1914, you may well imagine what was it living like 100 years ago in Russia or any Eastern European country.
Francesco believes that Vaslav’s marriage with Ramola de Pulzsky was highly responsible for his commitment to a mental asylum for more than half of his entire life. Francesco claims that although Ramola and Vaslav pretended publicly that everything is hunky dory between them, it wasn’t, Francesco claims that the case had become worst since the birth of their second daughter – Tamara Nijinska.
Francesco claims that Vaslav’s tension with his sister – Bronislava is always exaggerated. Francesco claims that they both loved each other as much as they did in the childhood even after so much of stress and tension between them.