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As well as the destabilizing effect that notoriety had on her daily life Restored to print for a new generation of readers to discover these vital lectures will delight students and scholars of modernism and twentieth century literature“ Narration is a treasure waiting to be rediscovered and to be pirated by jolly marauders of sparkling texts” Catharine Stimpson N. The uote about Basket the dog is not from Narration but rather from a lecture entitled Poetry and Grammar which can be found in the book Lectures in America I was disappointed by the four lectures in this book; there's nothing even remotely as exciting as the uote concerning Basket Its OK Not to Share and Other Renegade Rules for Raising Competent and Compassionate Kids students and Silver Borne (Mercy Thompson, scholars of modernism and twentieth century literature“ Narration is a treasure waiting to be rediscovered and to be pirated by jolly marauders of Guilt (Abe Glitsky, sparkling texts” Catharine Stimpson N. The uote about Basket the dog is not from Narration but rather from a lecture entitled Poetry and Grammar which can be found in the book Lectures in America I was disappointed by the four lectures in this book; there's nothing even remotely as exciting as the uote concerning Basket

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 Newly famous in the wake of the publication of her groundbreaking Autobiography of Alice B Toklas Gertrude Stein delivered her Narration lectures to packed audiences at the University of Chicago in 1935 Stein had not been back to her home country since departing for France in 1903 and her remarks reflect on the changes in American culture after thirty years abroadIn. In the imagination of most readers and critics Gertrude Stein may have cut an idiosyncratic literary personage in her lifetime and beyond and I firmly understand wherefrom this notion originates But why nitpick over 'idiosyncrasies' when they can be so creative and funAt the outset Stein's written words gave me the impression of a proliferation of misprints so sillyI know ignorant as I was about her stylistic inclinations But once I wrapped my head around her way of going around in circles before making a point and repetition for added emphasis I was able to follow with some moments of timely annoyance If beating around the bush or being obtuse could be considered a separate art form altogether Stein would be one of its greatest exponents no doubtThis compilation contains 4 lectures delivered at the University of Chicago in 1935 when Stein was on tour in America post the massive literary success that was The Autobiography of Alice B Toklas And the focus here is on the art of narration be it the narrative of a newspaper report that of a historian keeping a record of past events or that of the novel nonfiction or a piece of poetry the chief highlight being her unambiguous strong advocacy of modernist techniues in narration She argues that narration should be a 'living' entity one that breaks free of archetypes and defies rigorous standards of grammatical rules and correct punctuationEvidently she has high regard for the notion of dynamism which underpins the American way of life and how this in turn reflects in American art and literature She contrasts this against the everyday life on an island like Britain where ennui and stagnation were the order of the day and how the cyclical nature of their mundane daily life impacted their literary output But the most significant point she makes about the art of writing is through her repeated references to a 'beginning the middle and an end' and how writers should strive to give an impression of life as it is always existing in the now instead of the past or future now I wonder if there is any such thing middle or the ending because since narrative was a progressive telling of things that were progressively happening it really did not make any difference where you were at what moment you were in your happening since the important part of telling anything was the conviction that anything that everything was progressively happening A most thumping approval of the stream of consciousness techniue if there ever was oneThere are two other concepts that wowed me greatly She asserts that a dual perception is active within any writer the consciousness of the writer as originator of what heshe is writing and that of the reader who is taking cognizance of the narrative while still in the process of creating it This is exactly why she considers the act of writing 'for the reader' an exercise in futility Similarly she believes an orator perceives self spoken words through the conjoined consciousness of both the listener and the speaker and this is exactly the sort of hypersensitivity Stein insists on maintaining while reading writing and critiuing Another highlight of her rhetoric is the rejection of grandilouence in prose and poetry To put it in terms of collouial parlance she thinks usage of 10 dollar words is unnecessary to drive home a point One of you brought me poetry to read the other day and I said remember that if you have to use strained words to say what you have to say by strain existing in the words that you are using what feels to you a rare emotion becomes common place not ordinary that is alright but just common place and a common place thing does not contain feeling To cut a long story short Stein believes any narrative should have a clearly discernible pulse of its own so that a reader never lapses into complacency while reading and remains in a state of heightened awareness Normative structuring of passages and correct placement of punctuation marks are not as vital to story telling as freeing the reader from the monotony of cliche expressions is So then although anyone can say that they do not write for an audience and really why should they since anyway the audience will have its own feeling about anything nevertheless the writer writing knows what he is writing as he recognizes it as he is writing and so he is actually having it happen that an audience is existing even if he as an audience is not an audience that is is one not having that he is an audience and yet that is just what a writer is As he is a writer he is an audience because he does know what an audience is If you are open to the idea of extracting meaning from underneath layers of semantic calisthenics such as the above you will have a rip roaring time with this collection The Death of Sweet Mister since departing for France in 1903 and her remarks reflect on the changes in American culture after thirty years abroadIn. 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Stein’s trademark experimental prose Narration reveals the legendary writer’s thoughts about the energy and mobility of the American people the effect of modernism on literary form the nature of history and its recording and the inventiveness of the English language in particular its American variant Stein also discusses her ambivalence toward her own literary fame. Unbelievably good Everybody always has to be listening to something that is the way it is always anybody has to be listening to something that is what makes life lived the way that is what makes anybody who they are what they are of course it does any of you think of your life the way it is you are always listening to some one to something and you are always telling something to some one or to any one That is life the way it is livedI once said and I think it is true that being a genius is being one who is one at one and at the same time telling and listening to anything or everything Mythomorphia: An Extreme Coloring and Search Challenge something that is the way it is always anybody has to be listening to I Am Jane Goodall something that is what makes life lived the way that is what makes anybody who they are what they are of course it does any of you think of your life the way it is you are always listening to Attentat mot Vita huset (Kane & Abel, some one to Twenty Questions something and you are always telling O Melhor Livro Sobre Nada something to Lost and Fondue (A Cheese Shop Mystery, some one or to any one That is life the way it is livedI once Who Were the Wright Brothers? said and I think it is true that being a genius is being one who is one at one and at the The Expat Diaries same time telling and listening to anything or everything