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Every Day is To-Day – Gertrude Stein

Tytuł:

Every Day is To-Day

Autor:

Gertrude Stein

Wydawnictwo:

Pushkin Collection

Rok wydania:

2023

Okładka:

miękka

ISBN:

9781782278795

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A gorgeous new collection featuring 26 of Gertrude Stein’s most enrapturing and essential short writings–a carefully curated, accessible entry point into her best and most joyful works Between the French-flapped covers of this elegant paperback collection, readers will rediscover Gertrude Stein as the bearer of a joyfully radical literary vision. A bold experimenter, her writing sparks with vitality, relishing in rhythm, repetition, sound and colour in its central vision: to prise apart language and association and find thrilling new ways to express the true essence of her subject with charming joie de vivre. Stein considered her shorter writings to be the truest expressions of her enrapturing style. Her fascination with people and personalities can be located in expressive portraits of close friends Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Cezanne, Jean Cocteau, and Juan Gris, whilst her decades-long relationship with Alice B. Toklas is immortalised with shimmering eroticism. There are also playful meditations on her unique writing process, conveying her serious delight in meddling with conventions of grammar and composition. Confirmed Table of Contents: Ada Portrait of Mabel Dodge Matisse Picasso Miss Fur and Miss Skeene Flirting at the Bon Marche Susie Asado Preciosilla Sacred Emily One Ladies Voices Accents in Alsace Idem the Same Cezanne A Book Concluding with As A Wife Has a Cow Van or Twenty Years Later If I Told Him Juan Gris Identify a Poem What Does She See When She Shuts Her Eyes Advertisments What Happened Jean Cocteau A Movie A Waterfall and Piano Saint in Seven

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Tytuł:

Every Day is To-Day

Autor:

Gertrude Stein

Wydawnictwo:

Pushkin Collection

Rok wydania:

2023

Okładka:

miękka

ISBN:

9781782278795