The Making of Americans: Being a History of a Family's Progress
In "The Making of Americans," Gertrude Stein sets out to tell "a history of a family's progress," radically reworking the traditional family saga novel to encompass her vision of personality and psychological relationships. As the history progresses over three generations, Stein also meditates on her own writing, on the making of "The Making of Americans," and on America.
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THE MAKING OF AMERICANSUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF ALICE B. TOKLAS introduced Gertrude Stein to many readers who had not been able to break through the complexities of her medium of expression previously. So it is timely to ... Read full review
The Making of Americans: Being a History of a Family's Progress (American Literature Series)User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
From the "I can't believe this is out of print" file comes Stein's monster of a novel, which was initially serialized by Hemingway and Ford Madox Ford in the Transatlantic Review. Although Stein does ... Read full review
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