Modernist article writer and artwork collector who attracted such renowned authors and performers as F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, and Pablo Picasso to her Parisian intellectual group. Her several literary works consist of Three Lives, Sensitive Buttons, as well as the Making of People in america. She went to Radcliffe College through the 1890s and attempted stream-of-consciousness composing, which would become an important part of her modernist literary design. She started medical college at Johns Hopkins University or college but decreased out to go to Europe. She actually is well-known for the quotation, “A increased is really a increased is really a increased is really a increased.” She actually is also acknowledged with popularizing the word, “The Lost Generation.” Her wife, Alice Toklas, was the main topic of Stein’s well-known 1933 memoir, The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas. She and Wayne Michener had been both acclaimed, Pennsylvania-born writers.
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|Gertrude Stein's Brewsie and Willie||2012|
|Tender Buttons||2011||Short writer|
|Quest for Love||1988||novel "Q.E.D."|
|Three Plays by Gertrude Stein||1988||TV Short play|
|O Cinema Falado||1986||excerpt|
|Actor's Choice||1970||TV Series various writings - 1 episode|
|Classical Baby (I'm Grown Up Now): The Poetry Show||2008||TV Movie|
|Paris Was a Woman||1996||Documentary||Herself|
|The Unconquered||1954||Documentary||Herself (in Louis Braille procession) (uncredited)|
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