7 edition of New essays on My Ántonia found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 139-140) and index.
|Statement||edited by Sharon O"Brien.|
|Series||The American novel|
|LC Classifications||PS3505.A87 M89454 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 140 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||140|
|LC Control Number||97039168|
Essay Topic 2. The title of the novel, My Antonia, takes on several layers of meaning as the story develops. Discuss the significance of the title. Be sure to cite specific examples from the text to support your ideas. Essay Topic 3. One of the themes My Antonia explores is family. Discuss what the novel has to say about this theme. My Ántonia Summary. My Ántonia begins with a short fictional introduction told by a nameless narrator, who may or may not be the author herself. The narrator tells you about a friend of hers named Jim Burden, a lawyer for one of the transcontinental railroads.
My Antonia by Willa Cather. My Antonia () is the third book in Cather's Prairie Trilogy, which began with O Pioneers! (), and was followed by The Song of the Lark (). My Antonia tells the story of several immigrant families who move to rural Nebraska. Antonia is the eldest daughter of the Shimerdas and is a bold and carefree young woman who becomes the center of narrator Jim Burden. Her intense interest in the craft of fiction is shown in the essays in Not Under Forty () and On Writing (). Cather herself was a master of that craft, her novels and stories written in a pellucid style of great charm and stateliness. My Antonia: Selected full-text books and articles. My Ántonia By Willa Cather Houghton Mifflin.
My Antonia Essay. My Antonia In the past, critics have ad moralized and/or brutalized every writer they could get their pen on. This is seen from criticisms of Henry Adams to William Butler Yeats. These writers critique everything about the writer and his/her works. For instance many critics criticize Willa Cather’s novel, My Antonia. This introduction gives many clues as to what we should look for as we read this novel. The rich descriptions of the prairie suggest that the land will play a major role in the story. Jim's unexciting marriage, how he has been disappointed in life, and his fixation on Ántonia suggest that he was happier as a child than he is now.
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My Ántonia is the Cather novel that is most often taught in high school and college courses, and the one that most readers try first when they approach Cather.
It is at once her most autobiographical novel and her most aesthetically complex; it can be enjoyed both for its simple, pure prose and for its literary depth.4/5(1). Time, change, and the burden of revision in My Ántonia / Miles Orvell -- My Ántonia and African American art / Elizabeth Ammons -- Displacing Dixie: the Southern subtext in My Ántonia / Anne Goodwyn Jones -- "It ain't my prairie": gender, power, and narrative in My Ántonia / Marilee Lindemann Includes bibliographical references (p.
)Pages: by Sharon O'BrienCambridge University Press PaperbackMy Antonia is undoubtedly Willa Cather's most famous novel.
It is also her most autobiographical novel and her most aesthetically complex; it can be enjoyed both for its simple, pure prose and for its literary depth. The essays in this volume place the novel in the context of American literary history, African-American music, and Southern.
New essays on My Ántonia. [Sharon O'Brien;] -- My Antonia is the Cather novel that is most often taught in high school and college courses, and the one that.
My Antonia is undoubtedly Willa Cather's most famous novel. The essays in this volume place the novel in the context of American literary history, Add tags for "New essays on My Ántonia". Be the first. Similar Items. Related Subjects: (11) Cather, Willa Sibert.
-- "My Antonia". My Antonia essays are academic essays for citation. These papers were written primarily by students and provide critical analysis of My Antonia by Willa Cather. My Antonia Essay: The Spirit of Antonia Words | 6 Pages.
The Spirit of Antonia in My Antonia The life of Antonia Shimerdas, the main character in Willa Cather's My Antonia, could easily be judged a failure. Perhaps measures of wealth, career, beauty and love fall short when held next to Antonia.
My Antonia study guide contains a biography of Willa Cather, literature essays, a complete e-text, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis. My Antonia by Willa Cather was well recommended to me a number of times. The last book of Cather’s Prairie Trilogy, I read the first 2 books in order to make sense of the last.
So it’s taken me a number of years to finally read this book about growing up on the farms and in a small Nebraska town during the late ’s and early ’s: Essays and criticism on Willa Cather's My Antonia - Critical Essays.
She and her family are left poor and grieving in a strange new land. However, the rest of Antonia’s life after his. When Jim moves first to Lincoln and then to Cambridge and New York, Ántonia recedes as an important character, even if she dominates Jim’s thoughts when he is around her. My Ántonia is most properly considered a novel of Jim’s education.
Introductions are made, and Ántonia and Jim sit down in the kitchen to discuss old times and new times. During their conversation, one of Ántonia’s boys comes into the house to mourn the death of his dog. Ántonia consoles him, and the Cuzaks take Jim on a tour of their new fruit cave.
My Ántonia Discussion Questions Why do you think Willa Cather chose to open the novel with the simultaneous arrival of Jim and the Shimerda family in Nebraska. Ántonia’s father, Mr. Shimerda, has a profound and lasting influence upon both Ántonia and Jim.
Jim is discovering new lands and a new life (with his grandparents and Ántonia) at the same time that adventurers and pushing the new roads ever westward. Chapter V. Summary: Even though the Shimerdas are having trouble getting used to their new home.
My Antonia Essay: The Role of Men in My Antonia - The Role of Men in My Antonia Gloria Steinem once wrote that "A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle." Clearly she is attempting to assert women's independence and further the liberation movement.
However, her analogy is not quite complete. My Antonia Essay Topics. Look for the List of My Antonia Essay Topics at - Optima dies prima fugit – Virgil This quote comes from the Georgics, an instructive poem written about farming by the epic Roman poet Virgil and translates to "The best days are the first to flee."Jim studies Virgil when he's away at college and specifically mentions this line at the end of Book 3, Chapter 2.
Let's take a look at the passage: As I sat down to my book at last, my old. Welcome to the LitCharts study guide on Willa Cather's My Antonia. Created by the original team behind SparkNotes, LitCharts are the world's best literature guides.
Willa Cather was born into a large farming family in rural Virginia. Inwhen Cather was ten years old, her family relocated to. Essays and criticism on Willa Cather's My Antonia - Analysis. Willa Cather spent much of her youth in rural Ántonia contains much that was taken from those years.
She knew a Bohemian. Analysis: Introduction-Book l, Chapter VI Several sections of My ntonia preface the novel’s actual narrative: in addition to the introduction, Cather includes an epigraph and a dedication. The epigraph, from Virgil’s Georgics (a long poem about farming life), reads: “Optima dies ima fugit,” a Latin phrase meaning “The best days.
Read a Plot Overview of the entire book or a chapter by chapter Summary and Analysis. See a complete list of the characters in My Ántonia and in-depth analyses of .Book V Cuzak's Boys.
Chapter I. Summary: After twenty years, Jim goes to visit Ántonia again. He had sent her pictures of Bohemia when he went to visit, and he had visited Tiny and Lena in San Francisco, who told him that Ántonia had remarried a Bohemian man named Anton Cuzak, had a hard life, and had about ten or eleven children.My Ántonia (/ ˈ æ n t ə n i ə / AN-tə-nee-ə) is a novel published in by American writer Willa Cather, considered one of her best is the final book of her "prairie trilogy" of novels, preceded by O Pioneers!
and The Song of the Lark.: 9: 9 The novel tells the stories of an orphaned boy from Virginia, Jim Burden, and the elder daughter in a family of Bohemian immigrants Author: Willa Cather.