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Q&A with Janet Malcolm

By Kate Bolick
October 14, 2007

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MIDWAY THROUGH HER new book, "Two Lives," about Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas, Janet Malcolm admits to an act of literary vandalism. She'd been intending to read Stein's unwieldy, 925-page "The Making of Americans," but the book was too heavy to haul around. With the aid of a kitchen knife, she was soon in possession of six portable segments ... (Full article: 1552 words)

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