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Quotes By Gertrude Stein

Nationality
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DOB
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7-03-1874
DOD
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27-07-1946

Author Gertrude Stein was born on 7th March 1874 AD. An American citizen, Gertrude Stein was born in United States. Gertrude Stein was 72 years old when she died on 27th July 1946 AD. In her life Gertrude Stein was famous not only for her work but also for quotations and sayings, some of which are quite popular and listed here.

A vegetable garden in the beginning looks so promising and then after all little by little it grows nothing but vegetables, nothing, nothing but vegetables.

- Gertrude Stein

America is my country and Paris is my hometown.

- Gertrude Stein

Argument is to me the air I breathe. Given any proposition, I cannot help believing the other side and defending it.

- Gertrude Stein

But the problem is that when I go around and speak on campuses, I still don't get young men standing up and saying, 'How can I combine career and family?'

- Gertrude Stein

Considering how dangerous everything is, nothing is really very frightening.

- Gertrude Stein

Everybody gets so much information all day long that they lose their common sense.

- Gertrude Stein

Generally speaking, everyone is more interesting doing nothing than doing anything.

- Gertrude Stein

I could undertake to be an efficient pupil if it were possible to find an efficient teacher.

- Gertrude Stein

I've been rich and I've been poor. It's better to be rich.

- Gertrude Stein

In the United States there is more space where nobody is than where anybody is. That is what makes America what it is.

- Gertrude Stein

It is the soothing thing about history that it does repeat itself.

- Gertrude Stein

It takes a lot of time to be a genius, you have to sit around so much doing nothing, really doing nothing.

- Gertrude Stein

A diary means yes indeed.

- Gertrude Stein

A masterpiece... may be unwelcome but it is never dull.

- Gertrude Stein

A real failure does not need an excuse. It is an end in itself.

- Gertrude Stein

The nineteenth century believed in science but the twentieth century does not.

- Gertrude Stein

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