My Antonia: Foreword by Jerry Depew
Paralogos Publishing, 2012 - 278 pages
Travel back in time to the Nebraska prairies of the 1880s with Willa Cather, the author of this famous classic. She was there. She heard the wind moan over the red-grass praires, the howl of the coyotes, and the clanging of the windmill in the night. Jim Burden, the narrator of the novel, encounters a Bohemian girl, Antonia, who makes an impact on his soul. Observing her struggles in the new land, he is amazed by how she overcomes the obstacles, trials, and tribulations of life. One reader said, "I couldn't put it down until I finished it. Another reader said that she had read it years ago, and "its poignant moments linger with me."
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