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Text:"... the not entirely welcome initiative of Mabel Dodge, GertrudeStein tagged along with the Armory firebrands and, in a good part of the public mind, correctly came to be identified with them. When satires on the show..."
Publication date:1959
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Text:"... is marked by a border and a headstone designed by Francis Rose. The legend on one side of the marker reads: GERTRUDESTEIN, SAN FRANCISCO; on the other side is carved, simply, ALICE B. TOKLAS . The stone..."
Publication date:1959
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Text:".... James Weldon Johnson felt in Melanctha that GertrudeStein was the first . . . white writer to write a story of love between a Negro man and woman and deal with them as normal members of the human family..."
Publication date:1959
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Text:"... the reality at least, giving to the life it patronises the mechanical bias of its creator. A sort of aristocratic impatience apparently led Lewis to regard GertrudeStein as the Emma Goldman of the new fiction..."
Publication date:1959
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Text:"...18 It would be quite wise to have followers. GERTRUDESTEIN THE great disparity between the fame of GertrudeStein as one of the giants of modern literature and the inconsequential number of her..."
Publication date:1959
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Text:"... to practice forms sanctioned by her culture, but under a compulsion to sweep away the underpinnings of language and rhetoric, GertrudeStein had inevitably approached the point at which literature is no longer..."
Publication date:1959
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Text:"...17 I very recently met a man who said, how do you do. A splendid story. GERTRUDESTEIN THE young man with the passionately interested rather than interesting eyes who came to dinner one winter..."
Publication date:1959
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Text:"...The Disciples of GertrudeStein refer to the satiric fabliaux of early France, and to the writings of Rabelais, Claude dEsternod, Claude le Petit, and, in the nineteenth century, Aristide Bruant..."
Date:1920
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Text:"... could not prevail upon the editors to let GertrudeStein in. Only a year before, the Atlantic had returned one of Gertrudes frequent submissions with the following letter: DEAR MissSTEIN: We live..."
Publication date:1959
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Text:".... The sudden vision was all too real; it was merely MissGertrudeStein single-mindedly bound upon some practical errand in her model-T Ford. . . . MissStein was massive, monumental, majestic; she had..."
Publication date:1959
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Text:"... was applauded less than others. James Joyce was discovered at all the symphony concerts no matter how bad. Juan Gris was making beautiful dolls. GertrudeStein was buying Andr6 Masson. Man Ray was photographing..."
Publication date:1959
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Text:"... in the Modern World by Hutchins Hapgood. HARCOURT, BRACE Co., INC., for Movers and Shakers by Mabel Dodge Luhan; The Days Before by {Catherine Anne Porter; The Making of Americans by GertrudeStein..."
Publication date:1959
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Text:"... humorist poets who derive from the works of MissGertrudeStein, and typographically from the newspapers of Mr. Hearst. The Raven, Leaves of Grass, Tender Buttons, are three impingements of American genius..."
Date:1920
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Text:"..., was in no sense complimentary. When Sherwood came to Paris Hemingway naturally was afraid. Sherwood as naturally was not. As I say he and GertrudeStein were endlessly amusing on the subject. They admitted..."
Publication date:1959
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Text:"... supporters, became eminent for their perspicacity. McBride, who was shortly to become a close friend and remain a lifelong champion of GertrudeStein, recalled his first experience of the show as Enchanting..."
Publication date:1959
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Text:"...-contained and perpetually alive in the movements of weather, clouds, birds, beasts and butterflies as they play about her person and entertain her meditations. Her heroine, Lucy Church, is often unmistakably GertrudeStein..."
Publication date:1959
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Text:"... GertrudeStein, the mind of the reader is left with no object upon which to fix, no point at which to rest. Adrift in the interstices of her freeplaying world of suggestion, and tainted by fragments..."
Publication date:1959
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Text:"... been uncovered. The following excerpt represents the most of it: Three Lives by GertrudeStein, is fiction which no one who reads it can ever forget, but a book for a strictly limited audience..."
Publication date:1959
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Text:"... with him a book by GertrudeStein. This book was called Tender Buttons and, just at that time, there was a good deal of fuss and fun being made over it in American newspapers. I had already read a book..."
Publication date:1959