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The Biography Of Alice B. Toklas. - Simon, Linda.
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The Biography Of Alice B. Toklas. - Taschenbuch

1991, ISBN: 0803292031

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[EAN: 9780803292031], Gebraucht, guter Zustand, [PU: University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln], ALICE B. TOKLAS, GERTRUDE STEIN, LINDA SIMON, HOMOSEXUALITY, BIOGRAPHY, LESBIANISM, THORNTON WILDER, CARL VAN VECHTEN, FERDINAND VIRGIL THOMSON, LEO ERNEST HEMINGWAY, ANNETTE ROSENSHINE, PABLO PICASSO, HENRI MATISSE, FERNANDE OLIVIER, HARRIET LEVY, HENRY JAMES, DONALD GALLUP, LILY ANNA ELIZABETH HANSEN, BERNARD FAY, MABEL DODGE, RICHARD BRIDGMAN, JOSEPH BARRY, SHERWOOD ANDERSON, History|Europe|France|General, Literary Criticism|Women Authors, Biography & Autobiography|General, Biography & Autobiography|Literary, Biography & Autobiography|Women, 407 pages. Softcover. Good condition. BIOGRAPHY. Linda Simon, in her preface to this Bison Book edition, calls Alice B. Toklas "a woman who, through a mixture of determination and good luck, invented a new narrative for her life" at a time when options for women were few. Simon is the author of Thornton Wilder: His World (1979), Good Writing (1988), and other books. She is now working on a biography of William James. Includes an Index. "It's fitting that Alice B. Toklas, 'wife' and literary impresario of Gertrude Stein, should be the subject of a biography . . . and this is a good one, sensitive and lively. . . . it's clear from this portrait that through her possessive affection she not only had a dominant influence on Stein's life but (for good or ill) on her highly idiosyncratic prose. With her acid tongue, shrewd judgment, vitality, and intense loyalty she was a fairly remarkable person in her-self." Ñ Publishers Weekly "Linda Simon writes beautifully of Alice's early years in California, of her Polish-Jewish family, of her growing alienation from her surroundings and gravitation toward artists, of her awareness of the isolating burden homosexuality would force on her. . . . entertaining, thoroughly researched. and well-written. . . . with a clear gaze fixed on undistorted truth."ÑSaturday Review "A study that shows Toklas as she must have been, not 'Miss Stein's obedient shadow,'. . . but a multifaceted and complex creature with her own tastes and standards. . . . [her story] is an emotionally stirring experience."ÑWashington Post Book World (Key Words: Alice B. Toklas, Gertrude Stein, Linda Simon, Homosexuality, Biography, Lesbianism, Thornton Wilder, Carl Van Vechten, Ferdinand Toklas, Virgil Thomson, Leo Stein, Ernest Hemingway, Annette Rosenshine, Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Fernande Olivier, Harriet Levy, Henry James, Donald Gallup, Lily Anna Elizabeth Hansen, Bernard Fay, Mabel Dodge, Richard Bridgman, Joseph Barry, Sherwood Anderson).

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London: Burns & Oates, 1979. Octavo, xvi + 180pp. Dustwrapper a little faded at spine, minimal wear. A clean and sound copy.. Hard Cover., Burns & Oates, 1979, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln: 1991. Softcover. Good condition. Linda Simon, in her preface to this Bison Book edition, calls Alice B. Toklas "a woman who, through a mixture of determination and good luck, invented a new narrative for her life" at a time when options for women were few. Simon is the author of Thornton Wilder: His World (1979), Good Writing (1988), and other books. She is now working on a biography of William James. Includes an Index. "It's fitting that Alice B. Toklas, 'wife' and literary impresario of Gertrude Stein, should be the subject of a biography . . . and this is a good one, sensitive and lively. . . . it's clear from this portrait that through her possessive affection she not only had a dominant influence on Stein's life but (for good or ill) on her highly idiosyncratic prose. With her acid tongue, shrewd judgment, vitality, and intense loyalty she was a fairly remarkable person in her-self." Ñ Publishers Weekly "Linda Simon writes beautifully of Alice's early years in California, of her Polish-Jewish family, of her growing alienation from her surroundings and gravitation toward artists, of her awareness of the isolating burden homosexuality would force on her. . . . entertaining, thoroughly researched. and well-written. . . . with a clear gaze fixed on undistorted truth."ÑSaturday Review "A study that shows Toklas as she must have been, not 'Miss Stein's obedient shadow,'. . . but a multifaceted and complex creature with her own tastes and standards. . . . [her story] is an emotionally stirring experience."ÑWashington Post Book World ISBN: 0803292031., University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln: 1991

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'It's fitting that Alice B. Toklas, 'wife' and literary impresario of Gertrude Stein, should be the subject of a biography...and this is a good one, sensitive and lively...it's clear from this portrait that through her possessive affection she not only had a dominant influence on Stein's life but (for good or ill) on her highly idiosyncratic prose. With her acid tongue, shrewd judgment, vitality, and intense loyalty she was a fairly remarkable person in her-self' - "Publishers Weekly".'Linda Simon writes beautifully of Alice's early years in California, of her Polish-Jewish family, of her growing alienation from her surroundings and gravitation toward artists, of her awareness of the isolating burden homosexuality would force on her...entertaining, thoroughly researched. and well-written...with a clear gaze fixed on undistorted truth' - "Saturday Review". 'A study that shows Toklas as she must have been, not 'Miss Stein's obedient shadow,'...but a multifaceted and complex creature with her own tastes and standards...her story is an emotionally stirring experience' - "Washington Post Book World".Linda Simon, in her preface to this Bison Book edition, calls Alice B.Toklas 'a woman who, through a mixture of determination and good luck, invented a new narrative for her life' at a time when options for women were few. Simon is the author of "Thornton Wilder: His World" (1979), "Good Writing" (1988), and other books. She is now working on a biography of William James. biographical,biographies,biographies and history,biography and history,history,history and criticism,literary criticism,literary criticism and collections,literature and fiction,movements and periods Biographies, University of Nebraska Press

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The Biography of Alice B. Toklas - gebrauchtes Buch

1988, ISBN: 0803292031

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'It's fitting that Alice B. Toklas, 'wife' and literary impresario of Gertrude Stein, should be the subject of a biography...and this is a good one, sensitive and lively...it's clear from this portrait that through her possessive affection she not only had a dominant influence on Stein's life but (for good or ill) on her highly idiosyncratic prose. With her acid tongue, shrewd judgment, vitality, and intense loyalty she was a fairly remarkable person in her-self' - "Publishers Weekly".'Linda Simon writes beautifully of Alice's early years in California, of her Polish-Jewish family, of her growing alienation from her surroundings and gravitation toward artists, of her awareness of the isolating burden homosexuality would force on her...entertaining, thoroughly researched. and well-written...with a clear gaze fixed on undistorted truth' - "Saturday Review". 'A study that shows Toklas as she must have been, not 'Miss Stein's obedient shadow,'...but a multifaceted and complex creature with her own tastes and standards...her story is an emotionally stirring experience' - "Washington Post Book World".Linda Simon, in her preface to this Bison Book edition, calls Alice B.Toklas 'a woman who, through a mixture of determination and good luck, invented a new narrative for her life' at a time when options for women were few. Simon is the author of "Thornton Wilder: His World" (1979), "Good Writing" (1988), and other books. She is now working on a biography of William James. biographies,history and criticism,literature and fiction,movements and periods,specific groups,women Biographies, University of Nebraska Press

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The Biography of Alice B. Toklas

Presents the biography of Alice B Toklas, 'wife' and literary impresario of Gertrude Stein. This book describes Alice's early years in California, of her Polish-Jewish family, of her growing alienation from her surroundings and gravitation toward artists, of her awareness of the isolating burden homosexuality would force on her.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780803292031
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0803292031
Gebundene Ausgabe
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 1991
Herausgeber: UNIV OF NEBRASKA PR
427 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,476 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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