The Critical Response to Gertrude Stein
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From her early classic "Three Lives" to her best-selling "Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas" to "Brewsie and Willie, " a loving tribute to the G.I.s who adored her, Gertrude Stein's work was among the most controversial of the modernist movement. Alternately praised and derided, emulated and ridiculed, Stein was as unique a celebrity as the mass media of the early 20th cent...more
Hardcover, 396 pages
Published April 30th 2000 by Greenwood Press
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Kirk Curnutt is the author of twelve volumes of fiction and literary criticism. His first novel, Breathing Out the Ghost, won the 2008 Best Books of Indiana competition in the fiction category. It also won a bronze IPPY and was a Foreword Magazine Book of the Year finalist. His second novel, Dixie Noir, was published in November 2009. Other recent works include Key West Hemingway, co-edited with G...more
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