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Bee Time Vine, and Other Pieces, 1913-1927

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Hardcover, 294 pages
Published 1953 by Yale University Press
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Craig Flanagin
Feb 09, 2016 Craig Flanagin rated it it was amazing
there should be an entry for the german edition of this book as well... bee time vine is a delightful book; but the "translation" (not exactly the right word), which is called "spinnwebzeit: bee time vine u andere gedichte" (arche-verlag, zürich 1993) is an insane marvel.
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Gertrude Stein was an American writer who spent most of her life in France, and who became a catalyst in the development of modern art and literature. Her life was marked by two primary relationships, the first with her brother Leo Stein, from 1874-1914, and the second with Alice B. Toklas, from 1907 until Stein's death in 1946. Stein shared her salon at 27 rue de Fleurus, Paris, first with Leo an ...more
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