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Discover Willa Cather, one of the greatest writers of the century “A brilliant selection of Willa Cather’s fiction wonderfully presented for kindle, these are five great books telling stories of passionate pioneer women and women in the cities on the forefront of a new American century.” Classic Fiction Includes complete and unabridged: O PIONEERS! THE SONG OF THE LARK Discover Willa Cather, one of the greatest writers of the century “A brilliant selection of Willa Cather’s fiction wonderfully presented for kindle, these are five great books telling stories of passionate pioneer women and women in the cities on the forefront of a new American century.” Classic Fiction Includes complete and unabridged: O PIONEERS! THE SONG OF THE LARK MY ÁNTONIA YOUTH & THE BRIGHT MEDUSA (short stories) ONE OF OURS Five of Willa Cather’s greatest books -Illustrated with stunning images of pioneer life -Complete, unabridged, and formatted for kindle to improve your reading experience -Linked table of contents to reach your chapter quickly “She is undoubtedly one of the twentieth century's greatest American writers” Observer PRAISE FOR MY ÁNTONIA "No romantic novel ever written in America, by man or woman, is one half so beautiful as 'My Antonia’” H.L Mencken “My love for Willa Cather grows with every novel of hers I read. My Antonia is a remarkable book, about much more than pioneers and prairies and immigrants. It’s about spirit and strength and soul, embodied in the character of a Bohemian immigrant to the Nebraskan prairies, Antonia Shimerda.” Book Snob O PIONEERS! “In all of American literature no one better captured the struggle of settlers on the Great Plains than Willa Cather in ’O Pioneers!’” New York Times THE SONG OF THE LARK “Willa Cather's The Song of the Lark is an often brilliant, fierce story that gets deep inside the heart and mind of a rare musical artist.” The Loft Blog ONE OF OURS “Claude Wheeler, our protagonist, is a dissatisfied young man, the son of a wealthy farmer, as the story opens. Although he is in college, it is a religious college, where he chafes at the poor quality of teaching. Claude is a misfit in his quiet farming town. He longs for more from life than farming in Nebraska and buying new gadgets.” Tea and a Good Book blogspot


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Discover Willa Cather, one of the greatest writers of the century “A brilliant selection of Willa Cather’s fiction wonderfully presented for kindle, these are five great books telling stories of passionate pioneer women and women in the cities on the forefront of a new American century.” Classic Fiction Includes complete and unabridged: O PIONEERS! THE SONG OF THE LARK Discover Willa Cather, one of the greatest writers of the century “A brilliant selection of Willa Cather’s fiction wonderfully presented for kindle, these are five great books telling stories of passionate pioneer women and women in the cities on the forefront of a new American century.” Classic Fiction Includes complete and unabridged: O PIONEERS! THE SONG OF THE LARK MY ÁNTONIA YOUTH & THE BRIGHT MEDUSA (short stories) ONE OF OURS Five of Willa Cather’s greatest books -Illustrated with stunning images of pioneer life -Complete, unabridged, and formatted for kindle to improve your reading experience -Linked table of contents to reach your chapter quickly “She is undoubtedly one of the twentieth century's greatest American writers” Observer PRAISE FOR MY ÁNTONIA "No romantic novel ever written in America, by man or woman, is one half so beautiful as 'My Antonia’” H.L Mencken “My love for Willa Cather grows with every novel of hers I read. My Antonia is a remarkable book, about much more than pioneers and prairies and immigrants. It’s about spirit and strength and soul, embodied in the character of a Bohemian immigrant to the Nebraskan prairies, Antonia Shimerda.” Book Snob O PIONEERS! “In all of American literature no one better captured the struggle of settlers on the Great Plains than Willa Cather in ’O Pioneers!’” New York Times THE SONG OF THE LARK “Willa Cather's The Song of the Lark is an often brilliant, fierce story that gets deep inside the heart and mind of a rare musical artist.” The Loft Blog ONE OF OURS “Claude Wheeler, our protagonist, is a dissatisfied young man, the son of a wealthy farmer, as the story opens. Although he is in college, it is a religious college, where he chafes at the poor quality of teaching. Claude is a misfit in his quiet farming town. He longs for more from life than farming in Nebraska and buying new gadgets.” Tea and a Good Book blogspot

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