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The Resource Willa Cather and the nineteenth century, edited by Anne L. Kaufman and Richard H. Millington

Willa Cather and the nineteenth century, edited by Anne L. Kaufman and Richard H. Millington

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Willa Cather and the nineteenth century
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Willa Cather and the nineteenth century
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edited by Anne L. Kaufman and Richard H. Millington
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eng
Summary
"Volume of essays exploring how nineteenth-century culture shaped Willa Cather's childhood, supplied her artistic models, generated her inordinate ambitions, and gave embodiment to the deeply held values present in her fiction"--
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
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Cather Studies
Willa Cather and the nineteenth century, edited by Anne L. Kaufman and Richard H. Millington
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Willa Cather and the nineteenth century, edited by Anne L. Kaufman and Richard H. Millington
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt1d98c6j
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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Contents
  • Cover ; Title Page ; Copyright Page ; Contents ; List of Illustrations; Introduction; Part 1. Contexts; 1. Willa Cather, Sarah Orne Jewett, and the Historiography of Lesbian Sexuality; 2. Cather's Readers, Traditionalism, and Modern America; 3. Time Out of Place: Modernity and the Rise of Environmentalism in Willa Cather's O Pioneers!; 4. Contamination, Modernity, Health, and Art in Edith Wharton and Willa Cather; 6. Daughter of a War Lost, Won, and Evaded: Cather and the Ambiguities of the Civil War; 7. A [Slave] Girl's Life in Virginia before the War:Willa Cather and Antebellum Nostalgia
  • Part 2. Precursors and Influences8. Cather's Jewett: Relationship, Influence, and Representation; 9. Willa Cather and the Example of Henry James; 10. Kindred Spirits: Willa Cather and Henry James; 11. The Rise of Godfrey St. Peter: Cather's Modernism and the Howellsian Pretext; 12. Echoes of Stephen Crane's The Red Badge of Couragein Willa Cather's One of Ours; 13. Thackeray's Henry Esmond and The Virginians: Literary Prototypes for My Mortal Enemy; 14. "One Knows It Too Well to Know It Well": Willa Cather, A.E. Housman, and A Shropshire Lad
  • 15. Following the Lieder: Cather, Schubert, and Lucy Gayheart16. Pompeii and the House of the Tragic Poet in A Lost Lady; 17. Making It New: O Pioneers! as Modernist Bildungsroman; Contributors; Index
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