Three times a year, the Willa Cather Review offers a unique combination of original writing focused on Cather, her influences and times, and most especially the pleasures of her artistry; on new Cather-connected discoveries appearing with increasing frequency, and on news of activities of the Willa Cather Foundation in Red Cloud and elsewhere. The journal is intended for scholars and general readers alike, and writing is academic but accessible, timely and new. It is complemented with well-chosen color illustrations that always extend readers' knowledge and illumination.
In this issue:
-Missed Connections: Willa Cather and Mary Cassatt by Ann Romines
-The Will Cather Foundation Art Collection
-On the Visual within Willa Cather by Mary Linnea Vaughan
-Regarding "Art-less Pittsburgh," C.S. Reinhart's Washed Ashore, and "The Sculptor's Funeral" by Timothy W. Bintrim
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