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Text:"...- ed it with "Bradley's Metaphysics" as championed by T. S. Elliot. Mr. tfash regards GertrudeStein as a rue individualistic follower in the tradition of William James, in be- ng a creative artist..."
Date:Mar 14 1954
Publication:Walla Walla, Washington, United States of America
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Text:"... P Stein Co Inc 3W Iowa Ave By JOHN HEILMAN Staff writer A rose may be a rose a rose a rose or by any other name it may smell as sweet But GertrudeStein and Will Shakespeare alas this is not always..."
Date:Dec 17 1977
Publication:Muscatine, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:".... "Omnibus" Sunday will present Pearl Buck In a discussion of her new autobiography, "My Several dramatization of a story by the late GertrudeStein, and a demonstration of the differences between college..."
Date:Nov 7 1954
Publication:Brownsville, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"..., biographies of St. Agnes, St. Cath- erine of Siena, St. Frances of Rome, imprim- atur, Pub. at 99ik (22) GertrudeStein What Is Remembered. Alice B. Toklas account of her life with G. Stein, Pub. at (39) Travel..."
Date:Mar 20 1967
Publication:Elyria, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... Stein made it possi ble for all of us to see and smelt a red rose perhaps for the first time in literature Yex Aquarians can do GStein proved iL ABIES Mar 21Apr 191 You have more influence over events..."
Date:Mar 13 1980
Publication:Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States of America
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Text:"... directs strategy On The Record: Aquarians can make people very sad or raise them to the heights of happiness GertrudeStein, an Aquarian, discovered the likes of Picasso and and befriended Ernest Hem..."
Date:Mar 13 1980
Publication:Ironwood, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:"...." They also present his strongly personal — and frequentlyscatological — views of such other literary figures as Ger-trudeStein, Ezra Pound, Ed- mund Wilson, James Joyce,Marcel Proust, Budd Schulberg..."
Date:Oct 26 1972
Publication:Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany
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Text:"... of Gertrude -Stein" will also be presented. Sunday afternoon will include a film premiere of "A written by Ms. Stein, and a lecture on "The Inner Voice of Ger- trude Stein" by Robert Duncan of San Francisco..."
Date:Jan 31 1974
Publication:Van Nuys, California, United States of America
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Text:"...: GertrudeStein's 100th Birthday" is unique title of a week end celebration by UCLA Extension Feb. 2 and 3 on 'the UCLA campus. A three-part program is planned to "bring to life the w r i t e r 's words..."
Date:Jan 31 1974
Publication:Van Nuys, California, United States of America
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Text:"... and GGERTRUDESTEIN ON KPO A mike is a mike is a mike is s mike which is just another way of announcing that GertrudeStein will make her American radio debut this evening She will be interviewed..."
Date:Nov 12 1934
Publication:Oakland, California, United States of America
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Text:".... THE PROGRAM opened with "In a Garden" by GertrudeStein and Meyer Kupferman. a member of the music faculty of Sarah Lawrence College. This work is based on one of the stories from MissStein's "First Pnmer..."
Date:Aug 6 1957
Publication:Pittsfield, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... cause to love Alice B. Toklas BY RUTH ROTHENBERG GERTRUDESTEIN: IN WORDS AND PICTURES Renate Stendahl Thames and Hudson, £14.95 G. GertrudeStein pausing between celebrated guests an
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Text:"... GertrudeStein Is Still The Same GertrudeStein Ls loose again with her first novel in 11 years. Her lat- est contribution to the world's pres- ent-day confusion b called "Ida" (Random House: It Is all about..."
Date:Feb 8 1941
Publication:Gastonia, North Carolina, United States of America
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Text:"... raincoat. Literary Guidepost By VI. G. ROGERS GERTRUDESTEIN: A BIO- GRAPHY OF HER WORK, by Donald Sutherland (Valoh TWO: GERTRUDESTEIN AND HER BROTHER, and other early por- traits, 1908-12; by Gertrude..."
Date:Sep 19 1951
Publication:Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States of America
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Text:"... Vesper Ave., Van Nuys, arrested Aug. 9 at a.m. at Woodman Ave. and Sylvan St. Virgil Delano Stafford r.o. of 311 Adams Avn., J-luntington Beach, HI- Classes Slated on GertrudeSteinG c r trude Stein's iii..."
Date:Sep 14 1971
Publication:Van Nuys, California, United States of America
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Text:"... myself and my purchases will have been cut down to size. A realist at heart, I am always ready to settle for any fruit or flower that pays up to 50 percent of the catalogue promise. If GertrudeStein has..."
Date:Feb 14 1953
Publication:Sandusky, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... Church of Christ Scientist Cordially Invites You to Attend G.ertrudeStein Wrote "A Rose Is A Rose, Is A Rose" At glance we might Uike such it statement as the nonsensical chit-chat of a demented parrel..."
Date:Nov 3 1956
Publication:Oxnard, California, United States of America
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Text:"...? Is there reaction In favor of a literature based on decent feel- ing and sense, and even syntax? James Joyce is still trumpeted by a tiny majority. GertrudeStein and her now rather pathetically mid- dle-aged fellow..."
Date:Nov 8 1930
Publication:San Antonio, Texas, United States of America