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by Willa Cather

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'I had the feeling that the world was left behind, that we had got over the edge of it' (Willa Cather). Pioneer Opportunities in Cather and Faulkner.
"Willa Cather's My Antonia and William Faulkner's The Sound and the Fury are contrasted. Both texts offer different temporal perspectives on the myth of free-land. Cather's novel is prospective, occluding the actual political and commercial fragmentation of the future from which she is writing in order to portray the uncertainty in transition felt by the American pioneer; Faulkner's novel is retrospective, highlighting through the collapse of language and time the historical failure of democratic possibility."
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Hired Girls and Country Doctors: Working Women in the Domestic Fiction of Sarah Orne Jewett and Willa Cather
"This paper analyzes Cather's My ántonia and Jewett's A Country Doctor for their attitudes about women who work outside the home."
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Kim Wells

Other (non-critical) sites about My Antonia

My ántonia: A Survey of Critical Attitudes
"This is a short, general, and somewhat informal overview of the critical reaction to Cather's most domesticated of novels, from its first reviews to modern discussions."
Author: Kim Wells
Author: Kim Wells
Reading Group Guide: My Antonia
Discussion questions for the work.
Contains: Content Analysis

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