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Stein

(stīn),
Irving F., early 20th-century U.S. gynecologist. See: Stein-Leventhal syndrome.

Stein

(stīn),
Stanislav A.F. von, 19th-century Russian otologist. See: Stein test.
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many of whom were part of the circle around Gertrude Stein.
Though the Cone sisters fell out with Gertrude Stein in later years, this portrait of their early years together sheds new light on the endlessly fascinating Stein circle.
Yet in 1905, a mere thirteen years after the publication of Howells's novella, Gertrude Stein complained that because she could "never write the great American novel," she had to "content [her]self with niggers and servant girls and the foreign population generally.
Beyond the 'Talent of Knowing': Gertrude Stein and the New Woman.
He was so good and Gertrude Stein by Donald Lyons sympathetic, and he was so earnest and so joyous.
We more or less knew that Frank Lloyd Wright and Louis Sullivan were on Rand's mind when she drew hero Howard Roark and his burned-out mentor Henry Cameron, and the minor character Lois Cook is an obvious send-up of Gertrude Stein.
An offhand remark in Edmund Wilson's Axel's Castle (1931) epitomizes the majority of commentary produced between her death in 1946 and the publication of James Mellow's revisionary Charmed Circle: Gertrude Stein & Company in 1973: "However unintelligible we may find [her writing], we are aware of a literary personality of unmistakable originality and distinction" (202).
Schwab will partner with SFMOMA to showcase more than 200 landmark works of modern art from the collections of author Gertrude Stein and her family from May 21 - Sept.
Those examples represent the entirety of her commitment to modernism, and although she was a favorite of Gertrude Stein, the majority of her work was rooted in earlier forms and styles.
Seeking out the next point marked on my map, one block from where I was standing, would lead me off the cemetery's beaten track, to the silent burial place of Gertrude Stein.
In it, he declares his adoration for both Gertrude Stein and modernist literature in general.
By Gertrude Stein, reproduced by permission of the Estate of Gertrude Stein and its Literary Executor Mr.