By Gertrude Stein
Her experimental sort comprises such parts as disconnectedness, a love of chorus and rhyme, a look for rhythm and stability, a dislike of punctuation (especially the comma), a dismissal of the traditional value of phrases, and a repetition of phrases and words. Her method of writing is very unlikely to summarize, yet many critics see a pressure of yankee humor in her paintings, borne out instantly through a number of the bankruptcy titles: “Saving the Sentence,” “Arthur a Grammar,” “Regular on a regular basis in Narrative,” and “Finally George a Vocabulary.”
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