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Willa Cather
Birth date: December 07, 1873
Died: April 24, 1947
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Chris' Fish Place
Chris' Fish Place rated it 1 year ago
Cather's book is about immigration, romanticism, symbolism, classism, and sexism.On one hand, the story is suppose to be about Antonia, the eldest daughter of recent immigrates to the American prairie. But it is more about what Antonia represents to those around her. Beauty, childhood, the prairie i...
The better to see you, my dear
The better to see you, my dear rated it 3 years ago
This one tugged at my heart. All of the ingredients did: the hard life on new countries, the stubbornness of immigrants, the strong girl and all the quirky people you may find around her, the small town tragedies. Most of all this love for the land, and the strange, difficult to explain ties one...
BagEndBooks rated it 4 years ago
Alexandra is incredible. She was strong, and suffered at the hands of all of her brothers. The story was beautiful, even in it's sadness. The writing was poetic and kept me reading.I loved the ending. The scene where Alexandra realizes it was Jesus who she had been dreaming about for much of her lif...
Merle rated it 5 years ago
This is one of those classics that didn't do much for me, unfortunately. It's the sort of book teenagers forced to read it for school must loathe, full of lengthy, vivid descriptions of the landscape and without a driving plot - rather, it describes a couple of people growing up. Certainly it is a w...
chadschimke rated it 5 years ago
DEATH COMES FOR THE ARCHBISHOP - Bishop Jean Baptiste Lamy envisions a yellow stone church on the Santa Fe plaza. The book follows his life and the construction of the Cathedral Basilica. In Willa Cather’s ‘Death Comes for the Archbishop’, she gracefully describes the haunted beauty of New Mexico. T...
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