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Rec'd this, and much enjoyed it. Gertrude Stein remains a cipher -- a difficult author, and a problematic person (viz: the last couple of years of articles that have appears about Stein and Toklas in The New Yorker magazine). But that said, this is an excellent compendium of her work; I am delighted to have it, and it still reads as well as Stein ever has. It includes a number of classic essays that are otherwise almost unfindable.
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