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|Jefferson Co PL - Madison Main Branch||AWARD PUL 1923 (Text)||39391006721623||Award - Fic||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781517294960
- Physical Description: 365 pages ; 27 cm
- Publisher: Charleston, SC : CreateSpace, 
|Summary, etc.:|| A Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Willa Cather's work was profoundly influenced by her upbringing in rural Nebraska. During her young adulthood Cather proved herself intelligent and capable, initially training for a career as a medical doctor, but discovered a love of, and talent for, writing while attending the University of Nebraska. Following graduation, Cather worked as a journalist for several women s magazines before becoming a high school teacher; an opportunity work as an editor at McClure s provided Cather with her first chance to publish as the magazine serialized her first novel, Alexander s Bridge, to critical acclaim. This was soon followed by works that have since become best-loved American classics, including My ?ntonia, The Song of the Lark, and her Pulitzer-Prize winner, One of Ours. Cather died in 1947 at the age of 73. -- Amazon.com
|Awards Note:|| Pulitzer Prize, 1923
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