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 (kăth′ər), Willa Sibert 1873-1947.
American writer noted for depicting frontier life in novels such as My Ántonia (1918) and One of Ours (1922), which won a Pulitzer Prize.


(Biography) Willa (Sibert). 1873–1947, US novelist, whose works include O Pioneers! (1913) and My Ántonia (1918)


(ˈkæð ər; often ˈkæθ-)

Willa (Sibert), 1876–1947, U.S. novelist.
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Peter's relationship with his daughter Rosamond and the relationship he has with her husband Louie, Cather plays out some of the complexities of these negotiations.
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Although The Professor s House is not her most popular book, I have to admit I'm a Cather fanatic who loved this shorter novel.
By working together with the Dowell, Cather and other GNM and TM members were able to draw up a better solution for all.
If Cather borrows this mode of structural parataxis, it is not to proselytize nor reaffirm providence but to draw attention to the rhetorical relationship between the work of art and its audience.
Homebuyers at The Rowans can currently of properties choose from a selection a four bedroom including Esk terrace home and the Cather and Alexander three bedroom terraced housetypes.
Cather said she serves as a consultant to Abbott, Amgen, and Centocor, and has received research grants from Amgen, Celgene, and Pfizer.
Birns (literature, Eugene Lang College) brings together 18 essays on the life and work of American writer Willa Cather.
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Born eight years after the Civil War ended, Cather is often identified with pioneer experience and the Nebraska prairie.
While it is true that Cather has to change the setting of her fiction to Hispanic New Mexico and step back seventy-five years from St.
Colleen Bauman believes it was a Cather book Willa was reading one day that inspired her to come and read her a passage aloud.