“Gertrude Stein is awfully patient over the breaking of even the most cherished objects, it is I, I am sorry to say who usually break them. Neither she nor the servant nor the dog do, but then the servant never touches them, it is I who dust them and alas sometimes accidentally break them. I always beg her to promise to let me have them mended by an expert before I tell her which it is that is broken, she always replies she gets no pleasure out of them if they are mended but allright have it mended and it is mended and it gets put away.”

Fra: The autobiography of Alice B. Toklas

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