Everybody's Autobiography

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Everybody's Autobiography is a book by Gertrude Stein, published in 1937.

It is a continuation of her own memoirs, picking up where The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas, published in 1933, left off. Both were written in a less experimental, more approachable style than most of her other work. In chapter 4 of this book is found the famous quote "There is no there there" which refers to her disappeared childhood home in Oakland