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Strange Gods That Come Forth from the Forest

While quickly skimming through¬†Ernest Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast, deep into my preparations for Paris, I happened upon the sectional¬†conversation between Gertrude Stein and Hemingway in regards to D. 444 more words

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Early 50s NY theatre program (via Darrell Larson). The drawing would be dated too early for it to be by Jean Cocteau, so it must have been by Picasso.

Early 50s NY theatre program – inside page. (via Darrell Larson)

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art credit: Alvin Langdon Coburn

Tender Buttons

What is the current that makes machinery, that makes it crackle, what is the current that presents a long line and a necessary waist. 65 more words

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Poetry Monday: Tender Buttons [A Long Dress]

by Gertrude Stein

What is the current that makes machinery, that makes it crackle, what is the current that presents a long line and a necessary waist.

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Gorgeous Story by Jeanette Winterson in Granta

A writing friend asked for reading recommendations — short stories, in particular — and my mind instantly went to “All I Know About Gertrude Stein… 155 more words

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"Hemingway And Faulkner In Their Time" by Earl Rovit and Arthur Waldhorn: Review

“Writers should work alone. They should see each other only after their work is done, and not too often then.”
– Ernest Hemingway

“A man works for a fairly simple range of things: money, women, glory; all nice to have but glory’s best, and the best of glory is from his peers, like the soldier who has the good opinion not of man but of other soldiers, who are themselves brave too.” 328 more words

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