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A Primer For the Gradual Understanding of Gertrude Stein. Edited by Robert Bartlett Haas.
by Stein, Gertrude.

Publisher Information:
Black SparrowPress, Los Angeles: 1971.

A Near Fine copy in a Very Good plus price-clipped dust jacket with some light soiling and a closed edge tear to the top edge of the front fold. One of only 500 hardcover copies. This volume contains "A Transatlantic Interview--1946", twelve carefully selected pieces that showcase each of Stein's major writing periods under the title of "A Little anthology of Gertrude Stein--1894-1946" and two critical pieces subtitled "Some Further Dimensions of Stein Criticism."


Edition: First Printing of the First Edition
ISBN: 0876851375
Book Id: 23780

Price: $175.00

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