Willa: The Life of Willa Cather

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Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 1983 - Biography & Autobiography - 321 pages
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A chronicle of Cather's life that traces her Midwest origins, her successful career on "McClure's" magazine, her complex relationships with women, and her achievement as the author of such American classics as "My Antonia" and "Death Comes to the Archbish

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This 1983 biography of Willa Cather is not thought too much of within the Cather scholarly community. Robinson didn't have the academic degrees of other Cather biographers, so her effort is largely ... Read full review

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Mea Patria
9
n Endeavor and Bright Hopefulness
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in Nebraska Coda
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