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Blood on the dining-room floor

Gertrude Stein

Blood on the dining-room floor

by Gertrude Stein

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Published by Virago in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published, New York , Banyon Press, 1948.

StatementGertrude Stein ; with a new introduction by Janet Hobhouse.
SeriesVirago modern classics
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3537.T323
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii,73p. ;
Number of Pages73
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17375105M
ISBN 100860685195

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The edition I have was published by the Creative Arts Book Company (Berkeley) in in an edition with a helpful afterword by John Herbert Gill; it has been made available on the Internet/5.

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But I find Blood on the Dining-Room Floor a charming book, read not terribly closely, say in bed. The crime, if it was a crime, let alone its perpetrator, never really appears; the entire affair's presented as if a matter of village gossip, narrated through innuendo and arched eyebrow, certainly not laid out in at-first-and-then sequential Author: Charles Shere.

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Did she fall from a window above or was she pushed. Was there someone who wanted the preoccupied woman out of the way?/5. Introduction to the Dover edition --Blood on the dining-room floor --Afterword --A waterfall and a piano --Is dead.

Series Title: Dover books on literature and drama. Responsibility: Gertrude Stein ; with an introduction and afterword by John Herbert Gill. More information: Table of contents; Publisher description. Hardcover. First edition. Introduction by Donald Gallup.

Spine-lettering a trifle dull and a little rubbing at the edges of the boards, else fine in lightly rubbed, near fine slipcase with a small Grove Press sticker on on wall - Grove distributed the title.

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With elements of her trademark avant-garde style, the story revolves around the mysterious passing of Madame Pernollet, who is found dead in the courtyard of a hotel owned by her husband. Item(s) successfully added to the cart.

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