Toklas

  • (noun): United States writer remembered as the secretary and companion of Gertrude Stein (1877-1967).
    Synonyms: Alice B. Toklas

Some articles on toklas:

Alice B. Toklas - After Stein
... Stein had willed much of her estate to Toklas, including their shared art collection (some of them Picassos), the couple's relationship had no legal recognition ... in value, Stein's relatives took action to claim them, eventually removing them from Toklas's home while she was away on vacation and placing them in ... Toklas then relied on contributions from friends as well as writing to make a living ...
The Alice B. Toklas Cookbook
... Toklas Cook Book, first published in 1954, is one of the bestselling cookbooks of all time ... Toklas, writer Gertrude Stein's life partner, Toklas wrote this book as a favor to Random House to make up for her unwillingness at the time to write her memoirs, in deference to ... Toklas ...
I Love You, Alice B. Toklas
... Toklas is a 1968 romantic comedy film starring Peter Sellers, directed by Hy Averback and featuring music by Harpers Bizarre ... Toklas, who wrote a 1954 cookbook that featured making cannabis brownies ...
The Book Of Salt - Characters - Alice B. Toklas
... Toklas is another historical figure whom Truong fictionalizes in her novel ... Stein as her companion publicly and her lover privately Miss Toklas manages the home, including B├Čnh's employment, allowing Gertrude Stein freedom from daily ... Miss Toklas also types Stein's handwritten work and compiles her writings ...
Leon Katz - Scholarship
... Toklas, the companion of Gertrude Stein, over four months in 1952-53 ... and performance based on his time spent with Toklas in her Paris apartment ... of art and some original furniture from Stein and Toklas's apartment ...