Willa Cather is one of the most interesting women writers in American literary history. A teacher, a journalist and a critic as well as a writer, Cather plays an important part in the shaping of American modernist thought and writings.
Her fiction is unique in its powerful representation of setting and character and rich in its language and imagery. Her style of writing is condensed and subtle, but nonetheless tremendously expressive - precisely as the quote at the top of this
This website is an attempt to give a comprehensive introduction to Cather's life and work. Aside from an introduction to the body of work, it includes a short biography, an extensive bibliography, and an overview of the general themes, concerns and ideas in Cather's work, as well as a number of links to other useful Cather-sites on the Internet.
Alexander's Bridge http://wiretap.area.com/ftp.items/Library/Classic/alexbr.txtMy Antonia http://www.americanliterature.com/MA/MAINDEX.HTMLThe Professor's House http://www.hti.umich.edu/cgi/p/pd-modeng/pd-modeng-idx?type=header&idno=CatheProfHThe Song of Lark gopher://wiretap.spies.com/00/Library/Classic/songlark.txt