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Harold Bloom edited a 1986 collection of essays, Gertrude Stein, which includes Judith Saunders's essay about Stein in Paris and Catherine Stimpson's essay on Stein and feminist issues.

Randa Dubnick's The Structure of Obscurity: Gertrude Stein, Language, and Cubism (1984) examines the relationship between Stein's writing and modern art.

Alice B. Toklas's impressionistic memoir of life with Gertrude Stein, What Is Remembered (1963), provides amusing vignettes of the couple's life in Paris.

In 1909 Stein published Three Lives, a series of three novellas. Three Lives has remained one of Stein's most popular works.

Lyn Hejinian's 1987 prose poem-autobiography My Life was deeply influenced by Stein's philosophy of composition.

In A Moveable Feast (1961), Ernest Hemingway tells his side of the story about his estrangement from Stein.

James R. Mellow's 1974 biography Charmed Circle: Gertrude Stein and Company recreates the world over which Stein ruled with a combination of social energy, intellectual curiosity...

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