Additional Resources for My Antonia by Willa Cather

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Joan Acocella, "Cather and the Academy,"' in New Yorker, November 27,1995, pp. 56-71.

An insightful essay examining the varying responses of the "literary establishment" to Cather's fiction during this century.

Mildred R Bennett, The World of Willa Cather, Dodd, Mead, 1951; University of Nebraska Press, 1961.

This book is of primary value in understanding the influence of Cather's childhood on her fiction.

Edward Bloom and Lillian Bloom, Willa Cather's Gift of Sympathy, Southern Illinois University Press, 1962.

A book-length appraisal of Cather's place in American literature, with comparisons to Cooper, Hawthorne, Melville, and James, especially valuable for his contribution in exploring Cather's literary theones and practices.

Harold Bloom editor, Willa Cather's "My Antonia," Chelsea House, 1987.

A useful collection of essays on Cather's novel representing a range of critical perspectives

Brent L. Bohlke editor, Willa Cather in Person' Interviews, Speeches, and Letters, University of Nebraska Press, 1986 This selection of Cather's written...

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