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The dance known as the cakewalk — which initially arose on slave ranches in the U.S. South during the nineteenth hundred years

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It alludes to a processional promenade that combines musicality and mimicry

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On certain events, the dance would be executed during "prize strolls" decided by slaveholders

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A dark dance that special ease and balance, the cakewalk in time would be incorporated

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In his 1963 book Blues People: Negro Music in White America, Amiri Baraka composed of the cakewalk

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All through the third time of Atlanta, this inquiry of force and the restrictions of parody have weighed intensely on the show

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This week, as Al goes on a cakewalk of an alternate sort — strolling around Amsterdam affected by "Nepalese space cake,"

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The episode starts decisively. Al and Darius sit in a bistro and examine their arrangements to get the Nepalese space cake

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tart their synchronized excursion through the "city of dreams."

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Before the couple drinks their espresso and space cake, Darius makes an honest effort to get ready Al for what might come

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