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Geography and plays

Author: Gertrude Stein; Sherwood Anderson; Four Seas Company,; Four Seas Press,
Publisher: Boston : The Four Seas Company, ©1922.
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Stein, Gertrude, 1874-1946.
Geography and plays.
Boston : The Four Seas Company, ©1922
(OCoLC)580439229
Named Person: Gertrude Stein
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gertrude Stein; Sherwood Anderson; Four Seas Company,; Four Seas Press,
OCLC Number: 477274
Notes: Copyright date from verso of t.p.
Verso of t.p.: The Four Seas Press, Boston, Mass., U.S.A.
Description: 419, [1] p. (last p. blank) ; 20 cm.
Contents: Susie Asado --
Ada --
Miss Furr and Miss Skeene --
A collection --
France --
Americans --
Italians --
A sweet tail (Gypsies) --
The history of Belmonte --
In the grass (on Spain) --
England --
Mallorcan stories --
Scenes. Actions and dispostions of relations and positions --
The king of something (the public is invited to dance) --
Publishers, the portrait gallery, and the manuscripts of the Britism Museum- Roche --
Braque --
Portrait of Prince B.D. --
Mrs. Whitehead --
Portrait of Constance Fletcher --
A poem about Walberg --
Johnny Grey --
A portrait of F.B. --
Sacred Emily --
IIIIIIIIII --
One (van Vechten) --
One. Harry Phelan Gibb --
A curtain raiser --
Ladies voices (curtain raiser) --
What happened. A play in five acts --
White wines. Three acts --
Do let us go away. A play --
For the country entirely. A play in letters --
Turkey bones and eating and we liked it. A play --
Every afternoon. A dialogue --
Captain Walter Arnold. A play --
Please do not suffer. A play --
He said it. Monologue --
Counting her dresses. A Play --
I like it to be a play. A play --
Not sightly. A play --
Bonne Annee. A play --
Mexico. A play --
A family of perhaps three --
Advertisements --
Pink melon joy --
If you had three husbands --
Work again --
Tourty or tourtebattre. A story of the Great War --
Next (life and letters of Marcel Duchamp) --
Land of nations (sub title: And ask Asia) --
Accents on Alsace. A reasonable tragedy --
The psychology of nations or What are you looking at.
Responsibility: by Gertrude Stein ; with a foreword by Sherwood Anderson.

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