Willa Cather's early novels of life on the American prairie, such as "My Antonia" and "O Pioneers" are well known. Her novel "The Professor's House" is much less familiar, but it is Cather at her ... Read More
Written in 1923, "A Lost Lady" is a novel from Willa Cather's (1873 -- 1947) middle period of writing -- between "My Antonia" and "Death Comes to the Archbishop". This may be the least known but ... Read More
This is a lovely and unusual book. There is not much of a narrative. It's a quiet series of episodes in the lives of two Catholic missionaries and the people they meet in New Mexico and environs in ... Read More
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