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How to Write

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An excellent introduction to the unique voice of Gertrude Stein - as well as a treat for her fans - this 1931 book presents the modernist author's thoughts on the art and craft of writing. Stein's experimental style reflects her love of refrain and rhyme, her dismissal of the conventional significance of words, and an imaginative approach to language that continues to inspire writers and readers. AUTHOR: "America is my country," declared expatriate Gertrude Stein (1879 1946), "but Paris is my hometown." In addition to writing novels, stories, plays, and poems, Stein conducted a Parisian salon that was frequented by an international array of avant-garde artists and authors.

Product code: 9780486828428

ISBN 9780486828428
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H162xW117
No. Of Pages 416
Publisher Dover Publications Inc.
An excellent introduction to the unique voice of Gertrude Stein and a treat for her fans, this 1931 book presents the modernist author's thoughts on the art and craft of writing.