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Author: John J Murphy; Linda Hunter Adams; Paul Rawlins; Brigham Young University.; Brigham Young University. Center for Family & Community History.
Publisher: Provo, Utah : Brigham Young University, Humanities Publications Center : Willa Cather Educational Foundation, 1990.
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BYU Cather Symposium (1988 : Brigham Young University)
Willa Cather.
Provo, Utah : Brigham Young University, Humanities Publications Center : Willa Cather Educational Foundation, 1990
(OCoLC)645804786
Named Person: Willa Cather
Material Type: Biography, Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John J Murphy; Linda Hunter Adams; Paul Rawlins; Brigham Young University.; Brigham Young University. Center for Family & Community History.
ISBN: 0842522999 9780842522991
OCLC Number: 23177713
Notes: A selection of papers from the BYU Cather Symposium held Sept. 15-17, 1988, and sponsored in part by Brigham Young University's Center for Family and Community History.
Description: 322 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Poses of the mind, paeans of the heart : Cather's letters of life in the provences / Marilyn Arnold --
Dutiful daughter : Willa Cather and her parents / James Woodress --
"old Mrs. Harris" and the intergenerational family / Bruce P. Baker --
Loosing the tie that binds : sisterhood in Cather / Mary R. Ryder --
Willa Cather's homecomings : a meeting of selves / Cheryll Burgess --
Going home : "The sculptor's funeral," "The Namesake," and "Two friends" / Loretta Wasserman Willa Cather's chosen family : fictional formations and transfornmations / Susan J. Rosowski --
Cather's complex tale of a simple man : "Neighbour Rosicky" / Merrill M. Skaggs --
"What was it...?" : the secret of family accord in One of ours / Blanche H. Gelfant --
Fragmented families, fragmented lives in "Paul's case," My Antonia, and A lost lady / Mellanee Kvasnicka --
Deeper role of gender conflict in The professor's house / Stephen L. Tanner --
Professor's marriage / Alice Bell --
Lovers as mortal enemies / Eugene England --
What Margie knew / Robert K. Miller For better and for worse : at home and at war in One of ours / Patricia Lee Yongue --
Sapphira and the slave girl : the daughter's plot / Ann Romines --
Mothers and daughters in "The Bohemian girl" and The song of the lark / Helen Fiddyment Levy --
Woman who would be artist in The song of the lark and Lucy Gayheart / Susan A Hallgarth --
Three in one woman in "Old Mr. Harris "/ Karen Stevens Ramonda --
My great-grandmother in Cather's pages / Sue Hart --
Community and connectedness in A lost lady / J. Gerard Dollar Professor's house and the issues of history / David Stouck --
Cather's re-vision of American typology in My Antonia / Joseph Murphy --
Womanhood and art in My Antonia / Ann W. Fisher-Wirth --
Nebraska, 1883-1925 : Cather's version and history's / Robert W. Cherny --
Willa Cather and Francis Parkman : novelistic portrayals of Colonial New France / Wilbur R. Jacobs --
Death ccomes for the Archbishop : a novel way of making history / Ted J. Warner --
Cather's controversial portrayal of Martinez / Lance Larsen --
Family affair at Mesa Verde / David Harrell Conflicting communities and Cather's artists : the absorbing vision / Kevin A. Synnott --
'Scripts and patterns : stories as "Equipment for living" --
and dying / William Monroe --
Faith community in Death comes for the Archbishop / John J. Murphy.
Other Titles: BYU symposium.
Responsibility: edited by John J. Murphy with Linda Hunter Adams and Paul Rawlins.

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