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Whether she receives the avant-garde in her living room at 27, rue de Fleurus, or walks in Paris, Gertrude Stein puts on sandals handmade by Raymond Duncan. Isadora's brother: philosopher, poet and craftsman. The dancer counts, with Alfred Whitehead, Picasso and Gertrude herself, among those whom she designates by the word "unique". She dedicated a poem of admiration to him: Orta or One Dancing . In terms of dance, Gertrude, who has a silhouette of a matron, is content to put the words in circles and open, in a duet set with her partner Alice Toklas, the doors of her living room.
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