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1. Sort of Twin Peaks meets Gertrude Stein, and somehow everything clicks.
2. In Gertrude Stein, the dominant is repetition undoubtedly.
3. Gertrude Stein liked to play with words.
4. Gertrude Stein, 1874-1946, was arguably the most experimental writer of the Modernist period[sentencedict.com], which extends from roughly 1900 to 1950.
5. Having the courage to make innovations, Gertrude Stein, the American female writer, broke a path of her own in the tide of modernism, and became the pioneer of postmodernism.
6. Gertrude Stein ran off to Paris to live an eccentric, bohemian life with her writer friends.
7. France was as useful to Gertrude Stein as to Adams, though in a vastly different context.
8. In 1934, when Gertrude Stein was invited to return to America from Paris to deliver a series of lectures, the thing that troubled her most, according to her companion, Alice B.
9. Among them were poet Ezra Pound, and writers Gertrude Stein, John dos Passos, and F.
10. Hemingway had just finished two short stories about prize fighting, and while Gertrude Stein and I both thought they were decent, we agreed they still needed much work.
11. We gave birth to Sojourner Truth, Mark Twain, Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Gertrude Stein...
12. So his was a progression out of a very poor, Southern childhood, from a black family led by a single mother, to the circles in which Gertrude Stein moved in Paris.
13. The "Lost Generation" is a term coined by author and poet Gertrude Stein to characterize a group of American writers.
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