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Gertrude Stein

It is really hard for me to grasp the poetry of Gertrude Stein. At first glance is is a mess. A ramble of images and colors and feelings and even after multiple readings of some of the passages in Tender … Continue reading

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Gertrude Stein is an apple, an apple exploding kindness unkindly and purple pinata papayas, certainly not, however.

The poetry of Gertrude Stein was extremely divisive at the time of its release, and it remains provocative enough to inspire venom and adulation in equal measure. For what it’s worth, I consider myself a fan, though her work is … Continue reading

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