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Books Like Neighbor Rosicky by Willa Cather | Suggesting Reading

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O Pioneers!, Cather's second novel, was written in 1913. Set in Nebraska in the late nineteenth century, the novel tells the story of a group of immigrants who settled there and met, loved, and parted. The novel provides a rich and detailed look at pioneer life.

My Antonia, Cather's fourth novel, written in 1918, anticipates the themes that dominate "Neighbour Rosicky." Narrated by Jim Burden, a farm boy on the Nebraska plains at the end of the nineteenth century, the novel recounts his memories of Antonia Shimerda, a Bohemian farm girl who survives various hardships to thrive in the new land.

The Professor's House, which Cather wrote in 1925, tells the story of a middle-aged professor at a Midwestern university who must come to terms with the melancholy that has haunted his life. Embedded in the professor's story is the story of Tom Outland's adventures on the mesa...

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