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Gertrude Stein (1874 – 1946) had a unique place in twentieth century literature. Following is a selection of Gertrude Stein quotes, offering a window into her mind — some perplex, others delight, and some are a marriage of both.
Though some consider her writing incoherent, others view it as a singular voice, that had never been seen before or since.
In addition to poetry and novels, Stein also wrote plays, operas, and gave many lectures. Her experiments in prose, which may have originated with automatic writings, were highly influential. Some critics considered them “cubism in literature.” Read More→