“‘Dogs Bark’: War, Narrative, and Historical Syncopation in Gertrude Stein’s Late Work” addresses Stein’s writings from the last two decades of her life (1926-46) in order to trace her development of a sophisticated theory of historicity, which she organizes around the figure of war. It suggests that it is here, and not simply in her positive political statements, that we must look if we are to identify “the political” in Stein’s work.
""Dogs Bark": War, Narrative, and Historical Syncopation in Gertrude Stein’s Late Work,"
Criticism: Vol. 57
, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/criticism/vol57/iss4/6