Writings, 1903-1932Book - 1998
The most radical innovator in 20th-century literature, Gertrude Stein proposed nothing less than a reinvention of language from the ground up. Now the Library of America presents a full-scale gathering of Stein's achievements--a two-volume set that encompasses over 40 years of the author's works.
Publisher: New York : Library of America, c1998
Characteristics: x, 941 p. ; 21 cm