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Essay | My Antonia by Willa Cather

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My Antonia by Willa Cather

Summary: An extensive review of the book My Antonia by Willa Cather, which includes a synopsis of the story, a literary analysis of Cather's style, and sketches of three of the characters in the novel.

My Antonia Final Assessment: The Reader's Guide

Table of Contents

  1. Picture: The Struggle-Page 1
  2. Synopsis of My Antonia-Page 2 thru 3
  3. Literary Criticism
A. Cather's Style-Page 4

B. Theme Development- Page 5

  1. Portrait of a Villian: Wick Cutter-Page 6 thru 7
  2. Minor Character Sketch: Samson d' Arnault & Russian Peter-Page 8 and 9
  3. Antonia's Journal:" The Shimerdas", "The Hired Girls", and "Cuzak's Boys" Entries- Pages 10 thru 12
Synopsis of My Antonia

The book My Antonia is recollection from a Harvard graduated lawyer's past with a recently arrived young Bohemian girl by the name of Antonia. This young man is none other than James Quayle Burden who is orphaned at the age of a mere ten years old and is sent to live with his grandparents in Nebraska. Jim soon meets a family of Bohemian immigrants who had recently bought a farm near his grandparents' neighborhood. As Jim spends more time with Antonia he realizes that she...

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