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Pissarro told Vollard about him, told Fabry, a Florentine, who told Loeser, told
Picabia, in fact told everybody who knew about Cezanne at that time. There were
Cezannes to be seen at Vollard's. Later on Gertrude Stein wrote a poem called ...
... the railway was still open between here and Chambery but yesterday it was cut
, and to-day the Germans killed their last three pigs and their cow so everybody
thinks that they will leave too, they are getting so polite, one woman told me that ...
We began to talk states and they wanted to know about our life under the
Germans and I told them and they were interested, and they told me about where
they had been and what they thought of the people they had seen and then they
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Gerturde Stein is one of my favorite writers - as long as I avoid her "hard" pieces. I can only take those in very small doses. But the Autobiography of Alice Toklas and Everybody's Autobiography are ... Volledige review lezen
The Making of Americans Selected Passages
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