By Cather Studies, Guy J Reynolds
Quantity 7 of the Cather reports sequence explores Willa Cather’s iconic prestige and its difficulties inside of well known and literary tradition. not just are Cather’s personal lifestyles and paintings topic to enshrinement, yet as a author, she herself usually back to the motifs of canonization and to the complicated dating among the onlooker and the idealized item. via textual learn of her released novels and her behind-the-scenes crusade and exposure writing in carrier of her novels, the reader involves comprehend the level to which, regardless of her mythical claims and dedication to privateness, Willa Cather helped to orchestrate her personal iconic prestige.
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Extra resources for Cather Studies, Volume 7: Willa Cather as Cultural Icon (Cather Studies)
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