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MistyAutrey: Silent gratitude isn’t very much to anyone. Gertrude Stein

poetscopesbot: gertrude stein says wednesday will be not a vegetable for cancer

cdwITMonitor: Everybody gets so much information all day long that they lose their common sense. Gertrude Stein

wwwREMICca: "Silent gratitude isn't very much to anyone." Gertrude Stein

2Optiomist22: We all fear death and question our place in the universe. The artist’s job is not to succumb to despair, but to find an antidote for the emptiness of existence. (Gertrude Stein)

iMoGalore: Writers Inspirational Quotes I write for myself and strangers. The strangers, dear Readers, are an afterthought. - Gertrude Stein

rachelcorbman: On the eve of foreclosure, the drama is intensified by the eruption of ideological differences btw gay & straight women. How will they resolve the question of whether to allow M-E-N at the Gertrude Stein bday benefit? Will the Dykes be able to save their beloved pool table?

fraveris: 'We are always the same age inside.' ~ Gertrude Stein Diane Arbus - Lady in a rooming house parlor, Albion NYC 1963

LGBTQFiction: A quote from Gertrude Stein

contentmo: Writers Inspirational Quotes I write for myself and strangers. The strangers, dear Readers, are an afterthought. - Gertrude Stein

forrestmuelrath: Never sacrifice aesthetic ideals for a deadline. I responded, “It takes a lot of time to be a genius, you have to sit around so much doing nothing, really doing nothing.” —Gertrude Stein

AdrianMartin25: Today's academic auto-alert: "The name 'Adrian Martin' is mentioned in a Gertrude Stein paper." That one, I cannot figure out at all ...

SharisseNaomiZ: (2/5) To paraphrase Gertrude Stein: a kid, is a kid, is a kid. Whether you graduate from an Ivy or state school, you’ll still be 22, and if most employers had a choice of you or Bin Laden, you bet they’re picking the older man with managerial experience and persuasive skills.

SnarkySteff: I believe they covered this in the great series “High on the Hog.” It’s funny, on my walk, I just scored a book from a Little Free Library called “Salt,” written in the perspective of the Vietnamese cook who worked for Gertrude Stein & Toklas in Paris’ golden age.

SylvieDahl: "Whoever said money can't buy happiness simply didn't know where to go shopping." ~Gertrude Stein

holdengraber: “We are always the same age inside.” ~ Gertrude Stein

BestQuote85: Before the flowers of friendship faded friendship faded. -Gertrude Stein -Friendship

JordanDavisPoet: In looking up I have managed to see four things. — Gertrude Stein

JordanDavisPoet: Anyway this is what I get for reading Gertrude Stein. This and having the lyrics to “Reelin’ In The Years” flying through my head, unconverted into scat (“Skippity bop ba dee bop…”)

youcallmeels: “Whoever said money can't buy happiness simply didn't know where to go shopping” Gertrude Stein said

FamilySearch: The term “lost generation” came from a statement by writer Gertrude Stein. “All of you young people who served in the war . . . are all a lost generation." Click the link in our bio to learn more about the "lost generation."

JHyphenTKelly: Gertrude Stein in a children's book? By Tomie di Paola? This is my new favorite book. Sorry, Foucault's Pendulum.

stfearlessly: FamilySearch: The term “lost generation” came from a statement by writer Gertrude Stein. “All of you young people who served in the war . . . are all a lost generation." Click the link in our bio to learn more about the "lost generation."

iannschonken: "It is simply this: a writer has to take all the risks of putting down what he sees. No one can tell him about…"

Tim_Suttle: “Silent gratitude isn’t very much to anyone.” Gertrude Stein

qUEENLibraScorp: "Silent gratitude isn't very much use to anyone." -Gertrude Stein

QuotesToolbox: One must dare to be happy. -- Gertrude Stein 211118

renaramatj: Check out this painting on

vic_reader: Like me, Gertrude Stein liked to keep her literary ambitions modest.

skrying4poetry: Can one person make a difference? As Gertrude Stein said, "I tell their names because in this way I know that one and one and one and one and one and one and one and one and one and one and one and one and one and one and one and one and one and one and one and one and one and

TriciaWhatley: We are always the same age inside. Gertrude Stein

rosemcgowan: As Gertrude Stein famously said, “there’s no there there.”

lunaquarterly: One must dare to be happy. - Gertrude Stein

Litteraria: CROSSROADS POETICS: TEXT IMAGE MUSIC FILM & BEYOND by Michel Delville on Virgil Thomson, Gertrude Stein, Max Jacob, Louis Feuillade, Rosmarie Waldrop, Frank Zappa, Bill Viola & Pierre Alechinsky *free PDF

carsonbot: He came after Homer and before Gertrude Stein, a difficult interval for a poet.

AllOnFire: Writers Inspirational Quotes I write for myself and strangers. The strangers, dear Readers, are an afterthought. - Gertrude Stein

AdvTahir3: In the morning there is meaning, in the evening there is feeling. Gertrude Stein

RTDNEWS: When the American photographer Man Ray arrived in Paris in 1921, he met Gertrude Stein, the writer, poet and playwright, who held lively Saturday night literary salons that drew luminaries like F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway.

RTDCulture: When the American photographer Man Ray arrived in Paris in 1921, he met Gertrude Stein, the writer, poet and playwright, who held lively Saturday night literary salons that drew luminaries like F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway.

lepton939: In the three or four years that we were good friends I cannot remember Gertrude Stein ever speaking well of any writer who had not written favorably about her work or done something to advance her career…The Moveable Feast EH

UnchartedBooks: The Book of Salt, by Monique Truong (2003) tells the story of Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas’s Vietnamese cook, who’s led a more interesting life than his famous employers by the time he arrives in Paris.

CulpeperSE: When the American photographer Man Ray arrived in Paris in 1921, he met Gertrude Stein, the writer, poet and playwright, who held lively literary salons that drew luminaries like F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway.

crowofminerva: Encouraging emerging experimental talent. Have shades of Gertrude Stein coming up on the journal soon....

poetscopesbot: gertrude stein says saturday will be in the margin for sagittarius

NRPRGroup: “Silent gratitude isn’t very much to anyone.” — Gertrude Stein As we approach Thanksgiving, it's a good time to show your employees how much you appreciate them. At NRPR we are thankful that we have a team of hard workers who bring results for clients.

gemis46: «Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose». «From Sacred Emily», Gertrude Stein.

SandyMacDonald: Love the Gertrude Stein hiccup

CLSkaggs: Gertrude Stein : We all fear death & question our place in the universe. The artist's job is not to succumb to despair but to find an antidote for the emptiness of existence. Midnight in Paris.

poetscopesbot: gertrude stein says friday will be no light thing for virgo

tableofferings: "A rose is a rose is a rose is a rose" wrote Gertrude Stein in 1913. Whoa people! I say maybe yes . . . mm . . . maybe no. She also referred to life and things in general as "it is what it is". Again . . . I say maybe.

ldrnjy7: Whoever said money can't buy happiness... simply didn't know where to go shopping. -NWABU, Gertrude Stein

sianushka: Vanessa Bell print and Gertrude Stein by Picasso print in the background

preciou_ssummer: No one can tell him about that. No one can control that reality. It reminds me of something Pablo Picasso was supposed to have said to Gertrude Stein while he was painting her portrait. Gertrude said, “I don’t look like that.” And Picasso replied, “You will.” And he was right."

BeineckeLibrary: Nov. 23, 1937 "Dear Mr. Keogh: Mr. Wilmarth Sheldon Lewis has sent me a message through Mr. Thornton Wilder that the America Collection of the Yale University Library would be pleased to conserve the manuscripts of my work ... " Gertrude Stein

teamshelby2021: Let me listen to me and not to them. -Gertrude Stein

MVMoneyVisuals: "Silent gratitude isn't much use to anyone." -Gertrude Stein I hope you'll use this as your reminder not just to be thankful, but to express thanks to people who mean a lot to you. Clients, friends, family...this list is long.

SunnyJ_Tarot: “Whoever said money can’t buy happiness didn’t know where to shop.” – Gertrude Stein

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_IanBoyden: TFW you misread Gertrude Stein: "Birds measure birds measure stores birds measure stores measure birds measure."

Aliteraryshadow: It's a sign for me of how restrictive and misleading the current framing of debates over literature are that when people want to reference overly linguistically complicated writing that everyone always brings up James Joyce but no one ever talks about Gertrude Stein

kirkmurphy: Gertrude Stein saw these coming: "There is no there there."

siegel_susanna: gertrude stein on how things can infuse their names with feeling

culture_fight: IN THE ARENA: Gertrude Stein's 'Tender Buttons' VERSUS the internal combustion engine

kim_eldo: "whoever said money cant buy happiness simply didn't know where to go shopping" - Gertrude Stein

bruceholsinger: Best AI-generated sentence in this review: “The book which you are reading at the moment is a book on a nook, which is a book on a book, which is a book on a subject, which is a subject on a subject, which is a subject on a subject.” Gertrude Stein vibes.

BFSingh: Gertrude Stein. Oscar Wilde. Learie Constantine. Bessie Smith. Jan Cremer.

EmpyreanSeries: Our books are on Goodreads, and from what we can tell, a few readers have enjoyed our books by Jean Paul, Boris Pilnyak, Gertrude Stein, & Djuna Barnes. More to come!

TIMTIPTON2: Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose. -- Gertrude Stein

ruminant_theory: His affordance perspective as private subjects, thus promotes users were clustered documents certainly part of Gertrude Stein’s ‘experiments

DaveScottSC: To borrow from Gertrude Stein, when it comes to Portman, there's no there there. I'd guess his post-Senate plans are cushy, well-paid right wing position and not running the family-owned inn.

MoGalore: Writers Inspirational Quotes I write for myself and strangers. The strangers, dear Readers, are an afterthought. - Gertrude Stein

AuthorsAllies: "Nature is commonplace. Imitation is more interesting." —Gertrude Stein amwriting

chikuwa100q_bot: 85. We are always/ the same age inside. [Gertrude Stein]

LeslieEsc: “Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose” Gertrude Stein. An old pencil sketch

potatoxchipzu: "Who ever said money can't buy happiness simply didn't know where to go shopping" ~ Gertrude Stein

gailyssl_: "Whoever said money can't buy happiness, simply didn't know where to go shopping." by Gertrude Stein

ShujaRabbani: "Whoever said money can't buy happiness didn't know where to shop" - Gertrude Stein

TheRealSPA: She often used grocery store signage, texts from scripture, newspaper clippings, song lyrics, and writings from literary greats such as Gertrude Stein, E. E. Cummings, and Albert Camus as the textual focal point of her work.

johnstonglenn: OTD in 1925 Jonathan Cape declined to publish Gertrude Stein’s GMP. She printed 500 copies herself, rearranging and spelling out the initials as Matisse Picasso and Gertrude Stein.

qc: “Everybody gets so much information all day long that they lose their common sense.” — Gertrude Stein

thecentsofmoney: "Money is of no value; it cannot spend itself. All depends on the skill of the spender." Ralph Waldo Emerson   "Whoever said money can't buy happiness simply  didn't know where to go shopping." Gertrude Stein  

iMoGalore: Writers Inspirational Quotes I write for myself and strangers. The strangers, dear Readers, are an afterthought. - Gertrude Stein

belzpoems: In preparation for Thanksgiving, may we consider these lines from Gertrude Stein: Alas a dirty word, alas a dirty third alas a dirty third, alas a dirty bird.

EdwardEinhorn: The Marriage of Alice B. Toklas by Gertrude Stein in London: tickets now available!

novel_to_movie: Everyone loves a love story, don’t they? In The Autobiography of Alice B. Tolkas, Gertrude Stein wrote these simple words: “One Must Dare to be Happy.” They seem to lie behind every love story, real or fiction.

bwaguillermo: God daaaamnnn ittt shuta. . . Where to buy Gertrude Stein's books?

waskov6: TIL Gertrude Stein was not just anti-New Deal but a fan of Francisco Franco and Vichy France.

chikuwa100q_bot: 85. We are always/ the same age inside. [Gertrude Stein]

JordanD28630416: “Any peasant sees the earth as any class can see it and they all see it as any peasant sees it, and they never stop seeing it. ”—some charming words from Gertrude Stein tonight.

joshuawhetstine: In 1937, Gertrude Stein, an American writer who spent most of her life in France, proposed that Adolf Hitler receive the Nobel Peace Prize... Moral of the story? People get it wrong sometimes, and sometimes they get it REALLY wrong...

zachary_binxx: wait also…Gertrude Stein with that Zuck cut

_ryanruby_: This is "Normal Motor Automatisms," an 1896 paper by Harvard University medical students Leon M. Solomons and Gertrude Stein. No negative opinions about the latter will be taken seriously until proof of reading has been demonstrated.

JamesGRickards: Think of Gertrude Stein.

norami: (...) a writer has to take the risks of putting down what he sees. No one can tell him about that. (...)It reminds me of what Pablo Picasso said to Gertrude Stein while painting her portrait. Gertrude said,I don’t look like that. And Picasso replied, You will.

BAWhite18: Everybody gets so much information all day long that they lose their common sense. ~ Gertrude Stein

tayfunpoyraz351: “Before you write it must be in your head almost in words, but if it is already in words in your head, it will come out dead.” — Gertrude Stein (Quoted by Thornton Wilder in his 1948 journal.)

johnstonglenn: In the March 1928 issue of transition, alongside the work of James Joyce, André Breton, Gertrude Stein, Paul Eluard, Allen Tate, Francis Picabia and others, appeared "Spire Song," a poem by a totally unknown writer—Paul Frederic Bowles. Bowles was only 17.

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poesispoesis: The 'outer self' & memory itself all but discarded. "Picasso’s portraits," Gertrude Stein wrote, "searched for what no one had ever tried to express: ‘things seen not as one knows them but as they are when one sees them without remembering having looked at them.’”



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