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English - going in sharp contrast to the standard conventions by using formats that defied the grammatical conventions traditionally learned By

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November 26, 2007 English 104A TA: Meyerowitz Introduction Paragraph One of the most important figures in twentieth century writing was Gertrude Stein. With her ambiguous style of writing and rapid repetition, Stein was a writer whose style was either adored or chastised by her readers. Throughout her various writings, Stein used an ambiguous style of writing, a succession of repeating sentences, as well as
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Unformatted text preview: going in sharp contrast to the standard conventions by using formats that defied the grammatical conventions traditionally learned. By going against the grain and making her own stylistic maneuvers, she effectively created her own style of writing, defied critics and became an icon that set her place in the history of American writing....
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