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Breslin, James E., "Gertrude Stein and the Problems of Autobiography," in Critical Essays on Gertrude Stein, edited by Michael J. Hoffman, G. K. Hall, 1986, pp. 149-60.

Bromfield, Louis, "Gertrude Stein: Experimenter with Words" in New York Herald-Tribune Books, September 3, 1933.

Curnutt, Kirk, ed.,The Critical Response to Gertrude Stein, 2000, pp. 544-71.

Fay, Bernard, "A Rose Is a Rose," in the Saturday Review of Literature, September 2, 1933.

Hoffman, Michael J., Gertrude Stein, Twayne, 1976, pp. 114-21.

Knickerbocker, William S., "Stunning Stein," in Sewanee Review, 1933.

Skinner, B. F., "Has Gertrude Stein a Secret?" in Atlantic Monthly, January 1934, pp. 50-57.

Stein, Gertrude, The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas, Vintage Books, 1960.

Steiner, Wendy, Exact Resemblance to Exact Resemblance: The Literary Portraiture of Gertrude Stein, Yale University Press, 1978.

Toklas, Alice B., What Is Remembered, Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1963.

Troy, William, "A Note on Gertrude Stein," in the Nation, September 6, 1933.

Wickes, George, Americans in Paris, Paris Review-Doubleday, 1969.

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