Gertrude Stein’s Salon

If you think the Hard Knocks of Life is the best school, try the curriculum of 1920s Paris, which managed to spawn some of the most ambitious and talented legend artists to date. Gertrude Stein’s salon was the gathering nexus of time for some of the greatest talent in the world. But they did have their differences, and nobody squabbles like bohemian expats.

Corrections: The correct pronunciation is ma-tisse, not muh-tisse, as my tongue failed me there. Stein is just that West Virginian i.

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6 thoughts on “Gertrude Stein’s Salon

  1. I love this time in history and I would be interested in any books in this era of time . I have seen the movie and enjoyed it very much. I enjoyed listening to this, you have a beautiful speaking voice and follow your dreams

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