Emily Chadbourne

STEIN, Gertrude

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Price: $2,500.00

Place Published: Paris

Description: Poem. 2 pp, typed, 4to. With a cover-title, giving Stein's Paris address, 27 rue de Fleuris, and a final blank leaf. The 4 leaves, which are undated. are attached at the upper left corner with a metal clasp.

Comments: The poem, beginning "Can you listen to Ellen/ Any one can eat a round melon..." was later printed in "Useful Knowledge", 1928. Chadbourne was an American art patron & expatriate who was a good friend of Stein.

Binding: unbound
Condition: very good
Language: English
Type: Books

Book ID: 229742

By This Author: STEIN, Gertrude
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