The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas  

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The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas is a 1933 autobiography of Gertrude Stein, written by Stein as if she were Alice B. Toklas. According to Virgil Thomson, the "book is in every way except actual authorship Alice Toklas's book; it reflects her mind, her language, her private view of Gertrude, also her unique narrative powers. Every story in it is told as Alice herself had always told it....Every story that ever came into the house eventually got told in Alice's way, and this was its definitive version."

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