Cather Studies, Volume 3
Susan J. Rosowski
U of Nebraska Press, Dec 1, 1996 - Literary Criticism - 311 pages
Volume 3 of Cather Studies demonstrates the range of topics and approaches in contemporary discussions of Willa Cather?s work for the informed reader or the specialized student. In fourteen essays, critics and scholars examine Cather?s Catholic Progressivism, her literary relations with William Faulkner, and her place in the multicultural canon of American literature.
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