Criticism/Theory Hardcover 396 pages 21 x 15 cm Texts in English   name of the former owner written on the first page,
o/w very good condition
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Gertrude Stein, How to Write, Something Else Press, 1973

“How to Write is the ‘difficult‘ Stein at her best – and often the most difficult pieces are the most delightful. Stein was not difficult for its own sake. Her work was as it was because her intentions could not be realized in normal prose. She was no hermetic. But in her best-known self-explanations Narration, Composition as Explanation, An Elucidation, An Acquaintance with Description and Lectures in America, she gives in the temptation, to work within the confines of 'straight,' traditional prose, and to repudiate her own most characteristic style. (...)“

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