Additional Resources for Death Comes for the Archbishop by Willa Cather

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Bohlke, L. Brent, ed., Willa Cather in Person: Interviews, Speeches and Letters, University of Nebraska Press, 1986.

Bohlke presents insightful interviews and letters, dating from 1897 to 1940. Collectively, these writings show Cather's growth as an author and a person, while shedding light on her literary views.

Cather, Willa, Willa Cather on Writing: Critical Studies on Writing as an Art, University of Nebraska Press, 1988.

Cather discusses elements of her own writing, and she comments on other works with which her contemporaries were familiar.

Jenkins, Myra Ellen, and Albert H. Schroeder, A Brief History of New Mexico, University of New Mexico Press, 1974.

Jenkins and Schroeder provide a readable overview of the historical events and people of New Mexico. The book includes pictures and maps to complement the text.

Plog, Stephen, Ancient Peoples of the Southwest, Thames and Hudson, 1998.

In an easy-to-understand style, Plog presents the long and challenging history of the...

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