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Gertrude Stein was just seeing through the press Three Lives which she was having privately printed, and she was deep in “The Making of Americans”, her thousand page book. (Chapter 2)

The pictures were so strange that one quite instinctively looked at anything rather than at them just at first. (Chapter 2)

Before the winter was over, having gone so far Gertrude Stein and her brother decided to go further, they decided to buy a big Cézanne and then they would stop. (Chapter 3)

In the long struggle with the portrait of Gertrude Stein, Picasso passed from the Harlequin, the charming early Italian period to the intensive struggle which was to end in cubism. (Chapter 3)

The effect of this african art upon Matisse and Picasso was entirely different. Matisse through it was affected more in his imagination than in his vision. Picasso more in his vision than in his imagination. (Chapter 3)

She always says that she is... (Chapter 4)

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