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Violence, the arts, and Willa Cather.


Violence, the arts, and Willa Cather.

Willa Cather International Seminar (10th: 2005: Red Cloud, NE) Ed. by Joseph R. Urgo and Merrill Maguire Skaggs.

Fairleigh Dickinson U.P.


320 pages



The Willa Cather series


The introduction explores existential terror in the works of Nebraska-native writer Cather (1873-1947). The other 22 papers discuss such topics as the problem of family feeling in her late fiction, her cosmopolitan west, recessional objects and her materialism, and her Lena Lingard and William Faulkner's Lena Grove.

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Date:Feb 1, 2008
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