Gertrude Stein


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Noun1.Gertrude Stein - experimental expatriate United States writer (1874-1946)Gertrude Stein - experimental expatriate United States writer (1874-1946)
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Once owned by Picasso's friend, the American poet and novelist Gertrude Stein, it has not been shown in Paris in more than 50 years.
NO ARCHIVES PARIS: One of Picasso's most unsettling paintings returns to Paris on Friday more than a century after he painted it in that city, as a taster for what is being billed the art "sale of the century." One of the rarest Picasso paintings, once owned by Gertrude Stein, is part of an art trove belonging to the Rockefeller dynasty that could raise half a billion dollars this year, in what auctioneer Christie's says could be the most valuable sale ever of a private collection.
So Famous and So Gay: The Fabulous Potency of Truman Capote and Gertrude Stein
Primary Stein: Returning to the Writing of Gertrude Stein, edited by Janet Boyd and Sharon J.
Inspired by the lives of artist Gertrude Stein and Alice B.
This brief exploration of the potential connections and interconnections between Thomas Mofolo, Gertrude Stein and W.
EVERYONE LOVES A GOOD REPEAT, NO one more than Gertrude Stein. Hence the title of the Stein-inspired musical, adapted by Frank Galati, with music by Stephen Flaherty: Loving Repeating.
Gertrude Stein didn't believe in an afterlife: dead is dead, she noted succinctly.
General attention, however, focused on the premiere of 27, an opera about Gertrude Stein by Ricky tan Gordon and Canadian librettist and playwright Royce Vavrek.
The Autobiography of Alice B Toklas by Gertrude Stein (Bodley Head, 1933) Luckily, I scraped into university on a waiting-list place.
Committed to write the elderly Mohammed's life story before he dies, the unnamed narrator struggles with the constant suspicion that Mohammed is spinning lies about being Gertrude Stein's close friend and guest in her Paris apartment.
Roger Allen, 2014), the author quietly inserts a Moroccan from Tangiers into the tumultuous turn-of-the-20th-century lives of Gertrude Stein and Alice B.