Definition of Alice b. toklas
1. Noun. United States writer remembered as the secretary and companion of Gertrude Stein (1877-1967).
Lexicographical Neighbors of Alice B. Toklas
Literary usage of Alice b. toklas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Bulletin of the New York Public Library by New York Public Library (1897)
"Postcard addressed to him by alice b. toklas commenting on the Library's Gertrude S. Stein exhibition. Music Mrs. Grace M. Dickie, Detroit, ..."
2. Skill in Communication: A Vital Element in Effective Management by David D. Acker (1994)
"... and...arouse the whole mental faculty into action.1" When Gertrude Stein was dying, she asked her companion, alice b. toklas: "What is the answer? ..."
3. Adventure Guide by Heather Stimmler-Hall (2004)
"... Edith Piaf, Chopin, Oscar Wilde, Sarah Bernhardt, Colette, La Fontaine, Modigliani, Gertrude Stein and alice b. toklas, Marcel Proust, and Delacroix. ..."
4. The Jewish Travel Guide by Betsy Sheldon (2001)
"... Barbara Boxer, and Harvey Milk), musical masters (Isaac Stern and Yehudi Menuhin), and literary legends (Gertrude Stein and alice b. toklas) ..."
5. Self-Organizing Men: Conscious Masculinities in Time and Space by Jay Sennett (2006)
"He has served on the governing boards of The San Francisco Pride Celebration and Parade Committee, The alice b. toklas LGBT Democratic Club, and The Lab. ..."