restricted access   Volume 42, Number 3, Fall 1996

Table of Contents

From: MFS Modern Fiction Studies

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Special Issue: Gertrude Stein

Articles

Introduction: Transformations of Gertrude Stein

pp. 469-483
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Stein's Identity

pp. 485-488
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Gertrude Stein's Jewishness, Jewish Social Scientists, and the "Jewish Question"

pp. 489-506
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"We Are Americans": Gertrude, Brewsie and Willie

pp. 508-527
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"A Little Body with a Very Large Head": Composition, Psychopathology, and the Making of Stein's Normal Self

pp. 529-546
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Sapphic Primitivism in Gertrude Stein's Q.E.D.

pp. 547-568
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"Cousin to Cooning": Relation, Difference, and Racialized Language in Stein's Nonrepresentational Texts

pp. 569-588
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Narratologies of Pleasure: Gertrude Stein's The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas

pp. 590-606
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Gertrude Stein and her Thoroughly Modern Protege

pp. 607-625
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Desultory Correspondence: An Interview with Paul Bowles on Gertrude Stein

pp. 627-645
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Gertrude Stein: A Selected Bibliography

pp. 661-680
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Review Essay

Stein and cultural criticism in the nineties

pp. 647-659
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Contributors

p. 681
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Virtual Gallery: Photographs of Gertrude Stein