Gertrude Stein Quotes (174 quotes)
Blood on the Dining-Room Floor: A Murder Mystery (1948)
Four in America (1933)
“A vegetable garden in the beginning looks so promising and then after all little by little it grows nothing but vegetables, nothing, nothing but vegetables.”
Wars I Have Seen (1945)
What Are Masterpieces and Why Are There So Few of Them (1936)
A Stein Reader (1993 edition), Northwestern University Press - ISBN: 9780810110830
“Argument is to me the air I breathe. Given any proposition, I cannot help believing the other side and defending it.”
Form and Intelligibility, from The Radcliffe Manuscripts (1949); written in 1895 as an undergraduate at Radcliffe College
The Yale Edition of the Unpublished Writings of Gertrude Stein: A novel of thank you (1958 edition)
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Born: February 3, 1874
Died: July 29, 1946 (aged 72)
Occupation: Author, writer, poet
Bio: Gertrude Stein was an American writer, poet, and art collector who spent most of her life in France.