COMMENTARY: Summoning the Sturdy Spirit of Willa Cather

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c. 2006 Religion News Service (UNDATED) Another Sept. 11 got me thinking about author Willa Cather, who wrote a century ago. On Cather’s prairie, European immigrants subdued the harsh Nebraska land, lived in meager houses, had little time for romance, revealed their character by facing or fleeing hardship and raised sturdy children. Town life seemed […]

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