Monogram

Monogram

G.B. Stern / Jul 24, 2019

Monogram Mental collections can be as dearly prized as those we keep behind glass like snuff boxes fans or china cats or the collection of a man who assembled everything that happened to be the size of a fis

  • Title: Monogram
  • Author: G.B. Stern
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Mental collections can be as dearly prized as those we keep behind glass, like snuff boxes, fans or china cats or the collection of a man who assembled everything that happened to be the size of a fist I have a mental collection of moments on the stage, moments of horror, irony, beauty or tension

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      • G.B. Stern

        Gladys Bronwyn Stern or GB Stern 17 June 1890 20 September 1973 born Gladys Bertha Stern in London, England, wrote many novels, short stories, plays, memoirs, biographies and literary criticism.


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    1. I hadn’t meant to take Monogram out of the library. At least I hadn’t meant to take it out just yet. I’d read one book by G B Stern – The Ten Days of Christmas – and I meant to read the three others in my collection before I tackled an autobiography. Her novels seem so diverse, and so I thought that it would be right to meet the author through her books, and then to bring things together with an autobiography. I only pulled out Monogram for a look, for inspiration. But when I opened th [...]


    2. Wonderful. Should the idea of listening to the random thoughts of an extremely intelligent and witty lady in 1936 appeal, this is highly recommended. KIRKUS REVIEWNot an autobiography -- in the strict sense of the word -- but a personality come to life, and thereby taking precedence over the other ninety and nine conventional autobiographies. Fascinating, as the gradual in-knowing of a delightful new friend is fascinating; revealing, as is anything that starts ones' own threads of memory that ca [...]


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