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Tender Buttons By Gertrude Stein
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Tender Buttons is the best known of Gertrude Stein's "hermetic" works. It is a small book separated into three sections: Food, Objects and Rooms each containing prose under subtitles. It is... More > sometimes viewed as a modern classic experimental novel made up of prose poems. While living in Paris, Gertrude began writing for publication. Her earliest writings were mainly retellings of her college experiences. Mabel Dodge promoted Gertrude's works in the United States. Foreshadowing Gertrude's later critical reception, Mabel wrote in "Speculations": In Gertrude Stein's writing every word lives and, apart from concept, it is so exquisitely rhythmical and cadenced that if we read it aloud and receive it as pure sound, it is like a kind of sensuous music. Just as one may stop, for once, in a way, before a canvas of Picasso, and, letting one's reason sleep for an instant, may exclaim: "It is a fine pattern!"< Less
Tender Buttons By Gertrude Stein
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A reprint of Sten's 1914 volume of prose poetry.
Gertrude Stein: Life & Words By Ann Kannings
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This book is an anthology of 152 quotes from Gertrude Stein and 62 facts about Gertrude Stein. Gertrude Stein spent her childhood in Vienna, Paris, and California. Gertrude Stein remained in her... More > first Paris apartment for nearly 40 years. Picasso, Henri Matisse, and Georges Braque were among Gertrude Stein's circle of friends. Acting as Gertrude Stein's confidante, lover, cook, secretary, muse, editor, critic, and general organizer, Alice Toklas remained a background figure, chiefly living in the shadow of Stein, until Stein published her memoirs in 1933. “I've been rich and I've been poor. It's better to be rich.” “As there was never any question there was never any answer.” “I do want to get rich but I never want to do what there is to do to get rich.” “It is very easy to love alone.” “The thing that differentiates man from animals is money.” “We are always the same age inside.”< Less
A study on the relation of the style of Gertrude Stein's 'Three Lives' to its portraits. By Piero Ruju
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This study analyses the close relation of Gertrude Stein's writing to the almost-like -painting descriptions of her fictional characters, in a way close to how Cézanne, Matisse and Picasso... More > painted their portraits. Format A4, single spacing. (formato pagine A4 - 21x29,7cm, spaziatura a interlinea 1) For further details, please read the 'Vedi l'anteprima del libro' ---- Per maggiori informazioni circa i miei lavori potete visitare i miei Blog :: Please check my Blogs at http://pieroruju.blogspot.com OPPURE http://thecityofbrokenglasses.blogspot.com< Less
Madding Mission "Gertrude Stein Loved Paris" Jotter Book By DESMOND KON
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“Gertrude Stein Loved Paris” is a Madding Mission Jotter Book. Created by Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé, the Madding Mission Series encourages hypergraphia. It thinks Plath writes... More > awesome poems. Plath should have met Dickinson. Dylan Thomas too. Shelley. Poe. Lord Byron. Artaud and Baudelaire. Who can forget Hart Crane? Versus Eliot. John Berryman and Robert Lowell, who knew they joined these ranks? And of course, Celan. Whitman, whose “right hand points to landscapes of continents, and a plain public road…. Perhaps it is everywhere on water and on land.” Together they would write great things, Plath thinks out loud, to no one in particular. She has brought her pen to paper. There is madness in the method, and sometimes a little bit or a whole lot of genius too.< Less
Zara & The Ghost Of Gertrude By David McLean
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David McLean's latest and (arguably) nastiest collection so far.
Brenner-Brenner-Brenner-Brenner By JACK LEISSRING
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Michael Brenner, American sculptor, confidant of Gertrude Stein and her Parisian circle, sometime American dealer for Matisse, Picasso, Juan Gris and others, publisher of Stein’s earliest... More > writing, is one of the great twentieth Century artists who fell, for uncertain reasons, through the cracks of art history. In this book his sketches suggest his sculptural goals and, perhaps, provide insight to the man himself. Joseph Brenner, chemist, writer, poet and philosopher, the son and alter ego of the artist poetically defines the problem of knowing another even when closely and patrimoniously joined. His poetry reflects his view of the world as a consequence of life’s realities. We find here that the artefacts of individuals can lead only to incomplete knowledge of a person. Yet, is it not through artefacts that we claim to know civilizations?< Less
THE MAKING OF THE AMERICANS By Holly Melgard
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HOW TO NOT REPEAT YOURSELF. HOW TO NOT REPEAT YOURSELF. HOW TO NOT REPEAT YOURSELF.
THE MAKING OF THE AMERICANS By Holly Melgard
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HOW TO NOT REPEAT YOURSELF. HOW TO NOT REPEAT YOURSELF. HOW TO NOT REPEAT YOURSELF.
MONEY By Ritchie Xavier
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An Illustrated account of Gertrude Stein's MONEY thesis.