Author:Willa Sibert Cather
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Great Plains, including O Pioneers! (1913), The Song of the Lark (1915), and My Ántonia (1918). In 1923 she was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for One of Ours (1922), a novel set during World War I.— Excerpted from Willa Cather on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
An American author who grew up in Nebraska; achieved recognition for her novels of frontier life on the |
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- Alexander's Bridge, 1912 (IA)
- "Prairie Trilogy"
- One of Ours, 1922. (Pulitzer Prize, 1923) (transcription project)
- April Twilights (poetry), 1903 Willa Cather Archive
- The Troll Garden, 1905 (short stories)
- Youth and the Bright Medusa, 1920 (short stories) (IA)
- Coming, Aphrodite! (a.k.a. Coming, Eden Bower!)
- The Diamond Mine
- A Gold Slipper
- Paul's Case
- A Wagner Matinee
- The Sculptor's Funeral
- A Death in the Desert
Other short works
- "The Bohemian Girl"
- "The Bookkeeper's Wife," 1916, Century Magazine
- "On the Art of Fiction," 1916, (non-fiction) in The Borzoi 1920, selection by Alfred A. Knopf (IA)
- "Eleanor's House, 1907, McClure's Magazine
- "The Enchanted Bluff," 1909, Harper's Magazine
- "Eric Hermannson's Soul"
- "The Namesake," 1907, McClure's Magazine
- "On the Divide"
- "Paul's Case" (also included in The Troll Garden, 1905)
- "The Profile," 1907, McClure's Magazine
- "A Wagner Matinee." (also included in The Troll Garden, 1905)
- "On the Gulls' Road"
- "The Westbound Train"