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A History of Having a Great Many Times Not Continued to Be Friends. The Correspondence between Mabel Dodge & Gertrude Stein, 191
by [Stein, Gertrude] .

Publisher Information:
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque: 1996.

A Fine tight unread copy in a Near Fine bright dust jacket with a hint of sunning to the spine. Editor Patricia Everett has compiled the complete correspondence between Mabel Dodge and Gertrude Stein including 105 letters from Dodge and 30 from Stein that span their friendship of over thirty years. Mabel Dodge was a wealthy American patron of the arts who began her patronage just before World War I in Greeenwich Village, She was involved in mounting the famous Armory Show in 1913 at which she distributed a small pamphlet that she published by Gertrude Stein. From that time on Dodge and Stein continued their friendship and this collection of their correspondence reflects their closeness.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
ISBN: 0826316409
Book Id: 23281

Price: $95.00

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