Gertrude Stein - Published Works

Published Works

  • Three Lives (The Grafton Press, 1909)
  • White Wines, (1913)
  • Tender buttons: objects, food, rooms (1914) online at Bartleby
  • An Exercise in Analysis (1917)
  • A Circular Play (1920)
  • Stein, Gertrude (1999), Geography and Plays, Mineola, New York: Dover, ISBN 0-486-408744.
  • The Making of Americans: Being a History of a Family's Progress (written 1906–8, published 1925)
  • Four Saints in Three Acts (libretto, 1929: music by Virgil Thomson, 1934)
  • Useful Knowledge (1929)
  • How to Write (1931)
  • They must. Be Wedded. To Their Wife (1931)
  • Stein, Gertrude (1998), Operas and Plays, Barrytown, New York: Station Hill Arts, ISBN 1-886449-16-3.
  • Matisse Picasso and Gertrude Stein with Two Shorter Stories (1933)
  • The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas (1933)
  • Stein, Gertrude (1934), Portraits and Prayers, New York: Random House, ISBN 978-1-135-76198-1.
  • Lectures in America (1935)
  • The Geographical History of America or the Relation of Human Nature to the Human Mind (1936)
  • Everybody's Autobiography (1937)
  • Picasso (1938)
  • Doctor Faustus Lights the Lights (1938)
  • The World is Round (1939)
  • Paris France (1940)
  • Ida: A Novel (1941)
  • Three Sisters Who Are Not Sisters (1943)
  • Wars I Have Seen (1945a)
  • Stein, Gertrude, À la recherche d'un jeune peintre, USA: Yale University (Riba-Rovira).
  • ———————— (1945b), Fouchet, Max-Pol, ed., "À la recherche d'un jeune peintre", Revue Fontaine (Paris) (42): 287–8. Riba-Rovira.
  • ———————— (1946a), Reflections on the Atom Bomb, University of Pennsylvania,
  • Brewsie and Willie (1946b)
  • The Mother of Us All (libretto, 1946c: music by Virgil Thompson 1947)
  • Stein, Gertrude (1946d), Gertrude Stein on Picasso, London: BT Batsford, ISBN 978-0-87140-513-5.
  • ———————— (1995), van Vechten, Carl, ed., Last Operas and Plays, Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, ISBN 0-8018-4985-3.
  • The Things as They Are (written as Q.E.D. in 1903, published 1950)
  • Patriarchal Poetry (1953)
  • Alphabets and Birthdays (1957)
  • Stein, Gertrude (1970), Burns, Edward, ed., Gertrude Stein on Picasso, New York: Liveright Publishing, ISBN 0-87140-513-X.
  • Stein, Gertrude; van Vechten, Carl (1986), Burns, Edward, ed., The Letters of Gertrude Stein and Carl Van Vechten, 1913–1946, New York: Columbia University Press, ISBN 978-0-231-06308-1.
  • Stein, Gertrude; Wilder, Thornton (1996), Burns, Edward; Dydo, Ulla, eds., The Letters of Gertrude Stein and Thornton Wilder, Yale University Press, ISBN 978-0-300-06774-3.
  • Stein, Gertrude (1998a), Chessman, Harriet; Catharine R, eds., Writings 1903–1932, Library of America, ISBN 978-1-883011-40-6.
  • ———————— (1998b), Chessman, Harriet; Catharine R, eds., Writings 1932–1946, Library of America, ISBN 978-1-883011-41-3.
  • Toiklas, Alice (1973), Burns, Edward, ed., Staying on Alone: Letters, New York: Liveright, ISBN 0-87140-569-5.
  • Grahn, Judy, ed. (1989). Really Reading Gertrude Stein: A Selected Anthology with Essays by Judy Grahn. Crossing Press. ISBN 0-89594-380-8.
  • Vechten, Carl Van, ed. (1990). Selected Writings of Gertrude Stein. ISBN 0-679-72464-8

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