Alice B. Toklas


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United States writer remembered as the secretary and companion of Gertrude Stein (1877-1967)

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The two Americans met in Paris at 27 rue de Fleurus, where Stein and her life partner Alice B.
Somehow I don't like to write on Gertrude even though it is a sure fire piece" he told Arnold Gingrich, the founder of Esquire, who had been urging him to strike back after Stein snubbed him in her Autobiography of Alice B.
It was not until the publication of her best-known (and most readable) work, The Autobiography of Alice B.
In the evening accompany the trio to a gathering at the gracious home of Gertrude Stein and Alice B.
After she loses both job and apartment--since most dialogue is either incomprehensibly garbled or else screamed, it's hard to understand why this has occurred--she's forced to shack up with her dippy New Age sister (producer, director and co-writer Jill Wisoff), surrounded by a cadre of freaky types who would've seemed overblown even in "I Love You, Alice B.
Long relegated to the position of subservient wife of Gertrude Stein, Alice B.
Toklas: A Study of Three Autobiographies complicates that simplistic hierarchy, reading The Autobiography alongside Toklas's The Alice B.
Mini-biographies include: The Adventures of Augie March, Woody Allen, American Pastoral, The Autobiography of Alice B.
This study is a personal look at one of the most famous writing relationships in modern literary history, that of the Jewish American writers, Gertrude Stein and Alice B.
It seems to have germinated when Malcolm stumbled on a passage in her old copy of The Alice B.
In this dual biography, Janet Malcolm explores the 40 years Gertrude Stein and Alice B.
I have enjoyed Gertrude Stein's marvellous writings for years - particularly the less exacting books such as Wars I Have Seen, written in France during the war, along with her devastatingly funny The Autobiography of Alice B.
Beginning with Stein's early college writing about Jews as a distinct race, and her literary treatise on human categorization, The Making of Americans (written 1903-1911), I trace the shifts in Stein's thinking about Jews forward to her most famous work, The Autobiography of Alice B.
He was also a wonderful gardener, and he and his wife Elizabeth often entertained distinguished guests to the university, including Gertrude Stein and Alice B.