It was not now any longer that she wanted to stay near Mrs. Lehntman. There was no one now that made anything important, but Anna was certain that she did not want to take a place where she would be under some new people. No one could ever be for Anna as had been her cherished Miss Mathilda. No one could ever again so freely let her do it all.
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Review: Three LivesUser Review - Emma - Goodreads
In hindsight, trying to get through this whole book in a day was a desperately poor decision given the monstrosity that is 'Melanctha'. This middle story is interesting for the first ten thousand ... Read full review
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Although your Feminine Studies professor may scoff at your dislike for this book, don't be fooled, you're right, this book sucks. Stein is lauded for using, what were at the time, bold and unique ... Read full review
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"The Good Anna," the first of Gertrude Steinís Three Lives, is a novella set in "Bridgepoint" about Anna Federner, a servant of "solid lower middle-class ...
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Stein, Gertrude. 1909. Three Lives
Online publication of Gertude Stein's 1909 classic "Three Lives."
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Somehow Christmas took me over, as it does many people, and all I read this month were a play, half a book on Israel, and Gertrude Steinís Three Lives. ...
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Three Lives. Subtitle Stories of The Good Anna, Melanctha and The Gentle Lena. Author Gertrude Stein. Category Fiction. Language English. Published 1909 ...
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Three Lives - Gertrude Stein
The three novellas -- the three lives described here -- are those of The Good Anna, Melanctha, and The Gentle Lena. Stein's study of these simple lower ...
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Three Lives Make One
One of the earliest and most justly famous of her books she called "Three Lives." And she herself had three lives: one, the cubist-fuguist: another, ...
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Connecting Surfaces: Gertrude Stein's Three Lives, Cubism, and the ...
On the surface, cubism and Stein's Three Lives read as a short story cycle may ... More specifically, cubist art, Three Lives, and the short story cycle use ...
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Walker investigates Three Lives, The Making of Americans, Two, and Tender Buttons to demonstrate how Stein developed in style from attempted linguistic ...
Stein, Gertrude : Three Lives
The introduction to this edition of Three Lives notes that "Melanctha" may well be the first American fiction in which a black person is portrayed ...