Two: Gertrude Stein and Her Brother and Other Early Portraits (1908-1912)
1951·New Haven, Connecticut
by Stein, Gertrude
New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, 1951. Volume One of the Yale Edition. Hardcover. VG-/Good (Clean and tight contents with a hint of general shelf wear to cover. DJ has general wear with edge chipping and small pieces missing at corners and head/tail of spine. Still a very nice copy.. Black cloth with turquoise polka dots and circles. Red lettering on spine. Grey dj with green/white lettering. xiii + 355 pp. with no illus. Volume One of the Yale Edition of the Unpublished Work of Gertrude Stein. Edited by Carl Van Vechten with an advisory committee of Thornton Wilder, Donald Sutherland, and Donald Galllup. This first volume to appear contains the early prose portraits Stein wrote in Paris. Janet Flanner "provides and unusual portrait of Miss Stein as an introduction to this volume." 20 "portraits" in all.
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