The wonderfully eccentric American Gertrude Stein kept one of the most famous Parisian salons of the 20th century. She accumulated one of the best collections of modern art, mentored dozens of writers and artists, and all the while kept at her own deeply personal, and frequently impenetrable, writing.
Gertrude Stein wanted to change the way that English was written, but she wanted to do it from the comfort of Paris, a city she adored.
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