some war writings of Gertrude Stein is a critical look at the writings Gertrude Stein undertook while in hiding in the French countryside during World War II. it was written by tinny tin tin, a scholarly dog belonging to the writer david tin mouth. tinny tin tin's study strives to place Stein's war writings in the context of her career, but also in the political and social context of the conflagration of war. it touches on Stein's early support of the Vichy régime, but the main focus is to make it possible to read previously inaccessible works like Ida and Mrs. Reynolds, works written in Europe by a major writer, both a lesbian and a Jew, even as the Holocaust was unfolding all around her. The full manuscript is available to publishers for their consideration on request.