4 edition of Gertrude Stein: a bibliography found in the catalog.
Gertrude Stein: a bibliography
Wilson, Robert A.
|Statement||compiled by Robert A. Wilson.|
|Series||The Phoenix bibliographies,, 7|
|LC Classifications||Z8838.9 .W54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 227 p.|
|Number of Pages||227|
|LC Control Number||73085937|
View Citation; Buy This Book in Print. summary. Gertrude Stein is a seminal figure in modern and postmodern literature, yet her work is not easily defined and has had both fierce supporters and equally fierce detractors. In a series of linked essays, How Reading Is Written considers a set of questions associated with reading Gertrude Stein. View Citation; summary. Challenging the assumption that modernist writer Gertrude Stein seldom integrated her Jewish identity and heritage into her work, this book uncovers Stein’s constant and varied writing about Jewish topics throughout her career. Amy Feinstein argues that Judaism was central to Stein’s ideas about modernity, showing.
Tender Buttons by Gertrude Stein ( – ) is this gloriously perplexing author’s absurdist collection of prose-poems — if you want to call them that. Critics have long been divided as to whether this book is a brilliant compilation of cubist literature or Stein. People fairly successfully averted their eyes from the evidence until the late 90s; by , readers of The Journal of Historical Review could encounter Mark Weber’s “Gertrude Stein’s Complex Worldview,” based on a then-new biography of Stein, Favored Strangers: Gertrude Stein and Her Family, by Linda Wagner-Martin, as well as reports.
Going through historical and biographical details, Gertrude Stein American Modernist: Writing Painting and the Feminist Other draws parallels between the concerns and methods of modernist painting, and those that preoccupied Gertrude Stein. Using principles of the semiotics of writing and painting, the book develops a general framework for reading some of the major works of Stein, and examines. Gertrude Stein, born in Allegheny, Pennsylvania, in , is a renowned American writer, poet, and art collector. The author of more than a dozen books and countless works of criticism, Stein died in France in Adam Gopnik has been a staff writer for The New Yorker since He has published many books including Paris to the Moon.
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The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas was written in by Gertrude Stein in the guise of an autobiography authored by Alice B. Toklas, who was her lover. It is a fascinating insight into the art scene in Paris as the couple were friends with Paul Cézanne, Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso.
The book had all sorts of excerpts from her writing. Which I enjoyed but I’m still scared to death of her writing. But the book did recommend three different works of Gertrude Stein‘s that are truly wonderful and accessible.
It ended up that Gertrude Stein worked upon me the same way she worked upon Ernest Hemingway and Picasso and so many Cited by: Gertrude Stein - Picasso, Portraits & Life - Biography. Gertrude Stein was an American author and poet best known for her modernist writings, extensive art collecting and literary salon in s : From the time she moved to France in until her death in Neuilly-sur-Seine inAmerican writer Gertrude Stein was a central figure in the Parisian art world.
An advocate of the avant garde, Stein helped shape an artistic movement that demanded a novel form of expression and a conscious break Gertrude Stein: a bibliography book the past. The Paris salon at 27 rue de Fleurus that she shared with Alice B. Toklas, her. Gertrude Stein An art lover in its true sense, Gertrude Stein was an American writer, poet and art collector.
Her well known books, The Making of Americans () and The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas () earned her prominence. People who knew her describe her a. Gertrude Stein changed the way I thought about writing autobiography because she so magnificently investigates the art and artifice of the genre.
• Deborah Levy’s most recent novel, The Man. Gertrude Stein, 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 in Passy, France. Modernist icon Stein wrote many pseudo-autobiographies, including the well-known story of her lover, The Autobiography of Alice B.
Toklas ;but in Lucy Daniel’s Gertrude Stein. Gertrude Stein was born in Allegheny, Pennsylvania, on February 3,the youngest of five children of Daniel and Amelia Stein, her wealthy German-Jewish-American parents. As a child, she lived in Vienna, Austria, and Paris, France, but grew up mainly in Oakland, and San Francisco, California.
Gertrude Stein, The sentence " Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose. " was written by Gertrude Stein as part of the poem "Sacred Emily", which appeared in the book Geography and Plays. In that poem, the first "Rose" is the name of a person. Each contains an original print of an unpublished phtograph of Gertrude Stein taken in Richmond, Virginia in by Carl Van Vechten."--Colophon of deluxe edition copies.
The Cushing Library/Women & Gender Studies copy was acquired as part of The Don. Gertrude Stein. Author (3-Feb — Jul) SUBJECT OF BOOKS. Shawn Alfrey. Sublime of Intense Sociability: Emily Dickinson, H. D., and Gertrude Stein. Bucknell University Press.
Brinnin, John Malcolm Brinnin. The Third Rose: Gerturde Stein. "A first bibliography of Gertrude Stein by Robert Wilson was published in "--Title-page verso.
"Of a total edition of copies the first 50 constitute the deluxe edition. These are specially bound, numbered, and signed by the compiler. Each contains an original print of an unpublished photograph of Gertrude Stein.
Gertrude Stein () was a major literary figure at the center of a circle of expatriate writers and artists living in Paris during the early decades of the twentieth century. She is the author of Three Lives, Tender Buttons, and The Making of Americans, among other Autobiography of Alice B.
Toklas was a best-seller in the United States.5/5(1). Most people know Stein as the author of experimental fiction and the host of salons for the great artists of her time.
But inStein also became a children's book author. "Alice B. Toklas wrote hers and now everybody will write theirs." In Gertrude Stein's The Autobiography of Alice B.
Toklas skyrocketed to the top of the bestseller lists, and the author found herself a ody's Autobiography is the very Steinian account of her soul-satisfying next five years in France, England, and America, where she made a triumphant tour of the country. Stein constructs a cubist portrait or skewed biography of Ida, who was born with a twin, Ida-Ida, to kind parents.
“It was a nice family but they did easily lose each other. Pasadena, CA: The Clinker Press, broadside 14 by 9 inches. Santa Cruz, CA: Thomas, Peter & Donna, Read More THE.
WANDERING BOOK ARTISTS' COLLABORATIVE. La storia geografica dell'America. by Stein, Gertrude and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Gertrude Stein (–) was an American novelist, poet, playwright, and art collector. Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and raised in Oakland, California, Stein moved to Paris inand made France her home for the remainder of her life.Injournalist and author Janet Malcolm published a short book, Two Lives, in which she mused about Gertrude Stein’s connections to a man who may have led her into the orbit of the Vichy regime, a Frenchman named Bernard Faÿ (pronounced fah-ee).
Malcolm asked why the modernist Stein would have been drawn to Faÿ, a royalist historian.Rockville, MD: Quill & Brush, First edition, completely updated from the edition.
Descriptive bibliography illustrated with numerous photographs. The edition included 40 numbered copies signed by the bibliographer, Robert A. Wilson, in white paperboards with red leather spine lettered in gold, with an original photograph of Stein laid in; and unsigned and unnumbered copies with.