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The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas - Gertrude Stein Hate to admit it, but I was never interested in Stein's prose (though after reading this, I am a little), but in her connections with the artistic/literature contemporaries, so choosing memoirs over other works makes sense. When it comes to style, I'm pretty judgemental, though I shouldn't be, she was merely trying to mimic Alice's conversational style, so I should take it as a joke. Anyway, I prefer Hemingway's [b:A Moveable Feast|4631|A Moveable Feast|Ernest Hemingway|http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41B112Q45HL._SL75_.jpg|2459084] by far.