This Regular version sometimes sounds like the near sequiturs of gertrude Stein or her clever admirer Donald Barthelme.
It took two unlikely people to revive it half century later: gertrude Stein and the literary critic Edmund Wilson.
[Director] Naomi Foner is the one that told me that gertrude Stein quote.
His wife, gertrude, pronounced Florida a “vampire” that sucked away their wealth and vigor.
I have switched sides on the Small Faces and Scorsese and Max Ernst and gertrude Stein.
One day when Mr Sherwood came, he brought gertrude with him.
Down-stairs gertrude and Marcia have had a small skirmish of words.
gertrude was the one woman—Eleanor had 135 not yet attained the inches for that classification—to whom he ever talked business.
The evening before she had evinced a decided liking for gertrude.
Extreme surprise, for a moment, kept gertrude sitting still; then she rose, without even keeping her finger in her book.
fem. proper name, from French, from Old High German Geretrudis, from ger "spear" + trut "beloved, dear."