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  1. Three Lives and Tender Buttons by Gertrude Stein, 2008-01-01
  2. Three Lives Stories of The Good Anna, Melanctha and The Gentle Lena by Gertrude Stein, 2009-10-04
  3. Selected Writings of Gertrude Stein by Gertrude Stein, 1990-03-17
  4. Matisse Picasso and Gertrude Stein With Two Shorter Stories by Gertrude Stein, 2009-10-04
  5. How to Write by Gertrude Stein, 1975-06-01
  6. Stein: Writings 1932-1946: 1932-1946, Volume 2 (Library of America) by Gertrude Stein, 1998-03-01
  7. Paris France by Gertrude Stein, 1996-03-17
  8. Gertrude Stein: Writings, 1903 to 1932, Vol. 1 (Library of America) by Gertrude Stein, 1998-03-01
  9. Gertrude Stein: In Words and Pictures
  10. Correspondence: Pablo Picasso and Gertrude Stein (SB-The French List) by Pablo Picasso, Gertrude Stein, 2008-10-28
  11. The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas by Gertrude Stein, 1990-03-17
  12. Charmed Circle: Gertrude Stein and Company by James R. Mellow, 2003-05-01
  13. Three Lives by Gertrude Stein, 2010-05-23
  14. Gertrude Stein in Pieces by Richard Bridgman, 1971-02-15

1. Stein, Gertrude
Gertrude Stein Hostess of the Parisian Literary Salon May 28, 2007 In 1874 the ground was fertile for Gertrude Stein to become a woman of virile thoughts even in her youth.

2. Gertrude Stein Collection At
Online version of Three Lives .
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Library of Congress Within, within the cut and slender joint alone, with sudden equals and no more than three, two in the centre make two one side. Tender Buttons Gertrude
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Tender Buttons
A translation of the art of the cubists into prose poems.
Three Lives
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3. University Of Pennsylvania Gertrude Stein
Contains a biography and bibliography for the author.
Gertrude Stein - brief biography [adapted from an entry in the (c) Encyclopedia Britannica (b. Feb. 3, 1874, Allegheny, Pa., U.S.d. July 27, 1946, Paris), avant-garde American writer, eccentric, and self-styled genius, whose Paris home was a salon for the leading artists and writers of the period between World Wars I and II. Stein spent her infancy in Vienna and Paris and her girlhood in Oakland, Calif. At Radcliffe College she studied psychology with the philosopher William James. After further study at Johns Hopkins medical school she went to Paris, where she was able to live by private means. From 1903 to 1912 she lived with her brother Leo, who became an accomplished art critic; thereafter she lived with her lifelong companion Alice B. Toklas (1877-1967). Her first published book, Three Lives (1909), the stories of three working-class women, has been called a minor masterpiece. The Making of Americans, a long composition written in 1906-08 but not published until 1925, was too convoluted and obscure for general readers, for whom she remained essentially the author of such lines as "A rose is a rose is a rose is a rose." Her only book to reach a wide public was The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas (1933), actually Stein's own autobiography. The performance in the United States of her Four Saints in Three Acts (1934), which the composer Virgil Thomson had made into an opera, led to a triumphal American lecture tour in 1934-35. Thomson also wrote the music for her second opera, The Mother of Us All (published 1947), based on the life of feminist Susan B. Anthony.

4. Gertrude Stein - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
In 1888, Amelia Stein (Gertrude's mother) died, and in 1891 Daniel Stein (Gertrude's father) died. Afterward, Michael Stein (her eldest brother) managed the family business
Gertrude Stein
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Gertrude Stein
Gertrude Stein, photographed by Carl Van Vechten Born February 3, 1874
Allegheny, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
, United States Died July 27, 1946
Neuilly-sur-Seine, France Occupation writer, poet Nationality American Literary movement Modernist literature Influences Leo Stein William James Pablo Picasso Alice B. Toklas Influenced Hemingway Ashbery William H. Gass Giannina Braschi ... Language poets Gertrude Stein (February 3, 1874 – July 27, 1946) was an American writer and thinker who spent most of her life in France. She was well known due to her writing, art collection and the many people (some of whom were, or became, famous) who visited her Paris salon. Her adult life featured two main personal relationships. The first was her working relationship with her brother Leo Stein , from 1874 to 1914, and the second was her romantic relationship with Alice B. Toklas , from 1907 until Stein's death in 1946. Stein shared her salon at 27 rue de Fleurus, Paris, first with Leo and then with Alice. Throughout her lifetime, Stein also had significant relationships with avant garde artists and literary people. She was friends with young artists

5. Stein, Gertrude (Harper's Magazine)
October 2010. AMERICAN ELECTRA Feminism’s Ritual Matricide By Susan Faludi. THIRTY DAYS AS A CUBAN Pinching Pesos and Dropping Pounds in Havana By Patrick Symmes

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7. Stein, Gertrude - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Stein
Stein, Gertrude (1874–1946) US writer. She influenced authors Ernest Hemingway, Sherwood Anderson, and F Scott Fitzgerald with her radical prose style., Gertrude

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Thesaurus Legend Synonyms Related Words Antonyms. Noun 1. Gertrude Stein experimental expatriate United States writer (1874-1946) Stein, Gertrude

11. Bookfinder.US: Stein Gertrude
The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas Gertrude Stein 067972463X March 1990 Paperback From 500 Great Books by Women; review by Kirsten Backstrom

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The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas
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March 1990
From 500 Great Books by Women; review by Kirsten Backstrom
The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas
is actually the autobiography of Gertrude Stein. With complete self-assurance and audacity, speaking through the unassuming persona of her companion Alice B. Toklas, Gertrude Stein indulged herself delightfully in this ode to Gertrude Stein and her literary/artistic circle. Perhaps she was quoting Alice's actual words when she wrote "I may say that only three times in my life have I met a genius and each time a bell within me rang and I was not mistaken." One of the geniuses referred to is, of course, Gertrude Stein herself. Fortunately, her conceit is leavened with irony and word-play, and the gossip is elevated to the level of myth by the stature of its subjects. Gertrude Stein wrote, and apparently lived, with self-conscious... Three Lives Gertrude Stein May 1990 Paperback Book Description Gertrude Stein, as a college student at Radcliffe and a medical student at Johns Hopkins Medical School, was a privileged woman, but she was surrounded by women who were trapped by poverty, class, and race into lives that offered little choice. Her portraits of Anna and Lena are examples of realistic depictions of immigrant women who had no occupational choice but to become domestic workers. This collection of documents from the history of women's suffrage, medical history, modernist art, and literature enables readers to see how radical Stein's subject was.

12. Stein, Gertrude Definition Of Stein, Gertrude In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
Stein, Gertrude, 1874–1946, American author and patron of the arts, b. Allegheny (now part of Pittsburgh), Pa. A celebrated personality, she encouraged, aided, and influenced, Gertrude

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14. Isle Of Lesbos: Poetry Of Gertrude Stein
Includes a brief biography of Stein, along with one of her poems and a list of further reading materials both online and off.
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Gertrude Stein
Gertude Stein was born in Pennsylvania to Jewish-Bavarian parents.She was educated briefly in Europe and then at Radcliffe. She studied psychology under William James, and his influence runs through her work. Her life in Paris motivated much of her experimental writing. Cezanne's and Matisse's painting inspired the composition of her early Three Lives (1909) while Picasso's cubism informs her astonishing prose-poem Tender Buttons (1914). Her novel Q.E.D. (1903) published posthumously as Things as They Are ) explores the jealousies and desires bewteen three young women. The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas (1932) records her relationship with Alice. Biography by Alix North
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from Before the Flowers of Friendship Faded Faded I love my love with a v
Because it is like that
I love my love with a b
Because I am beside that
A king.

15. Stein Gertrude Free Encyclopedia Articles At Online
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16. Gertrude Stein Life Stories, Books, & Links
Stories about Gertrude Stein's life and Love Notes to Alice B. Toklas, The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas, Letters to Thornton Wilder. With links to essays literary criticism
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BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION Gertrude Stein (1874 - 1946) Category: American Literature Born: February 3, 1874
Allegheny,Pennsylvania, United States Died: July 27, 1946
Neuilly-sur-Seine, France Related authors:
Alice B. Toklas
Ernest Hemingway Guillaume Apollinaire James Joyce ... list all writers Gertrude Stein - LIFE STORIES Stein in America
On this day in 1934, Gertrude Stein and Virgil Thomson's Four Saints in Three Acts premiered. The opening was a celebrated event on its own Buckminster Fuller arrived to it in his Dymaxion Car but it also inspired Stein to visit America later in the year for a lecture tour. Her first visit in thirty years made tickertape headlines on the NY Times building and in the press: "Gerty Gerty Stein Stein is Back Home Home Back." Toklas After Stein
On this day in 1967 Alice B. Toklas died, at the age of eighty-nine. Toklas spent her last twenty-one years without Gertrude Stein, but with the same idiosyncratic devotion to Stein's genius as she had throughout their thirty-three years together. This did not protect her from those managing Stein's estate, and at eighty-seven she was evicted from the flat which the two had shared for decades.

17. Gertrude Stein's "Readings"
Texts of several poems.
Gertrude Stein
Kisses can kiss us
A duck a hen and fishes, followed by wishes.
Happy little pair.
  • For Stein's "Reflections on the Atom Bomb" (1946), click here
  • Wallace Fowlie on Stein : a contract between words and thought
  • See also "A Very Valentine" and "Let Us Describe"
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  • 18. Stein, Gertrude
    Gertrude Stein (February 3, 1874 – July 27, 1946), an American modernist writer, is often viewed as one of the principal leaders and catalysts of the modernist movement in
    Stein, Gertrude
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    Jump to: navigation search Previous (Gersonides) Next (Gestation) Gertrude Stein in 1935 Gertrude Stein (February 3, 1874 – July 27, 1946), an American modernist writer, is often viewed as one of the principal leaders and catalysts of the modernist movement in American literature. Stein became the figurehead for the entire "Lost Generation" of American expatriate artists and writers who lived in France during the period between the First and Second World Wars . Her influence, both directly as a writer and indirectly as a patron and supporter of her fellow artists, was inestimable in the development of American literature in the first half of the twentieth century. Among those whom Stein took under her wing were novelists such as Ernest Hemingway , poets such as Ezra Pound , and artists such as Pablo Picasso By bringing a number of disaffected artists and writers together within her large social circle, Stein directly assisted in the rapid development of new and experimental ideas in both literature and the visual arts. Moreover, Stein's fiction, which is among the most abstract and formally innovative of all Modernist writing, would directly inspire a number of her contemporaries to continue their own experiments with form and content that would collectively revolutionize the landscape of twentieth-century literature. Although Stein's works are not as famous or as widely taught as those of some of her colleagues and contemporaries, she is nevertheless acknowledged as one of the seminal influences in the history of twentieth-century American fiction.

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    Stein , Gertrude Stein experimental expatriate United States writer (18741946)

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    Encyclopedia Stein, Gertrude. Stein, Gertrude, 1874–1946, American author and patron of the arts, b. Allegheny (now part of Pittsburgh), Pa. A celebrated personality, she encouraged

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