Sister Brother: Gertrude and Leo Stein

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page vi
  • Contents viii
  • Prologue: And They Were Not Wrong 1
  • One Disorder and Early Sorrow 5
  • 1: Bes Almon 6
  • 2: Tempers We Are Born With 30
  • 3: Too Darn Anxious to Be Safe 47
  • Two Both Ones That Quite Enough Are Knowing 63
  • 4: To Know Thyself 64
  • 5: The Feminine Half 84
  • 6: Evolution 100
  • 7: Respectability 116
  • 8: New Americans 134
  • Three Speech Is the Twin of My Vision 155
  • 9: Gilded Cages 156
  • 10: Brother Singular 170
  • 11: Quod Erat Demonstrandum 188
  • 12: Toward a More Quintessential Method, 1903-1905 208
  • 13: In the Thick of It 227
  • Four: An Alarm Has No Button 247
  • 14: Quarreling 248
  • 15: Banquets 266
  • 16: I Could Be So Happy 286
  • 17: A Fine Frenzy 304
  • 18: Myself and Strangers, or the Inevitable Character of My Art 323
  • Five Ripeness Is All 337
  • 19: Two 338
  • 20: The Disaggregation 356
  • 21: Of Having a Great Many Times Not Continued to Be Friends 376
  • Epilogue: A Family Romance 393
  • Appendix 409
  • Acknowledgments 415
  • Notes 421
  • Bibliography 487
  • Index 501
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