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1918. 119 Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas in Venice, 1908. 120 Gertrude Stein at 27 rue de Fleurus, 1913. 121 Gertrude Stein by Pablo Picasso, 1906. 122 The studio at 27 rue de Fleurus, 1913. 124 Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas at 27 rue de Fleurus, 1922. 124 Mabel Dodge at 23 Fifth Avenue, 1912. 126 Mabel Dodge at 23 Fifth Avenue, 1915. 127 Interior of Mabel Dodge's apartment at 23 Fifth Avenue, 1916. 128 Leo Stein, c. 1913. 129 Page x Bernard Berenson at his villa I Tatti in Settignano, Italy, c.

Written in 1903 and put away in a cupboard, reportedly forgotten until 1932. "22 It remained unpublished until 1950, four years after her death. For both Mabel Dodge and Gertrude Stein, sexual expression was an integral part of their identity. However, they approached the business of discussing it with others quite differently. )24 In her memoirs, Dodge frankly reports the details of a number of her sexual experiences while she openly sings the praises of sexual excitation, exalting it to a level far superior to thinking.

35 Mabel Dodge's silences are legendary. The writer and editor Max Eastman complained that "for the most part she sits like a lump and says nothing. "36 Although Eastman considered Dodge's silences a social handicap, others marveled at the confidences they engendered and the power they bestowed on her, much in the way that Gertrude Stein was empowered by her own silences. Lincoln Steffens remarked that "Mabel Dodge managed her evenings, and no one felt that they were managed. "37 In Max Eastman's novel, Venture (1927), Dodge is the character Mary Kittridge, who is portrayed in the following passage: "The will to be a sphynx in one whose eyes are calf-like / Would describe the ardor of it.

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