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Doris Grumbach
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brokenbiscuits
brokenbiscuits rated it 4 years ago
I'm a little late with my reviews of the books of 1915! Then again, what's really the difference between a century, and a century and ten weeks? The Song of The Lark by Willa Cather I’m going to go out on a limb and say this was the best novel of 1915. When I told my brother I was reading T...
spoko
spoko rated it 6 years ago
After finishing O Pioneers and loving it, I thought I'd pick this up next and read the Prairie Trilogy in order. I won't say I regret doing that, exactly, but there's definitely a reason this book isn't as well known (or as widely praised) as O Pioneers. The show-to-tell ratio in this book is, unfor...
Reading Slothfully
Reading Slothfully rated it 7 years ago
I've now read six Cather books, and I probably liked this the least. It seemed to meander too much and had too many unnecessary details. I gather Cather edited down the book for later publication, but that edition would still be under copyright, and I'm kindle-bound.The book started out quite well, ...
caseyreads
caseyreads rated it 8 years ago
This book was way too long and for no decent reason. I liked young Thea and the first part entertained me. Something about the rest of story didn't do it for me. Maybe I was expecting something more the "bright lights, big city" plotline as Thea got older?
debnance
debnance rated it 14 years ago
Great quotes about reading. I found I could only read a few pages at a time before getting restless. I couldn't help but skip over some of the sections (Mysteries, Collecting) for lack of interest in the topic.
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