Willa Cather Review | 62.1 | Summer 2020

Article number: REVIEW 62.1
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The Willa Cather Review is a scholarly journal published several times of year by the Willa Cather Foundation.


Highlights of the Cather Symposium in Ireland



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  • Letters from the Executive Director and the President
  • Introduction: A Cather Symposium in Ireland by Willa Murphy
  • Cather, Beckett, and Blankness by Paul Davies
  • Willa Cather on the High Seas by Mark J. Madigan
  • Blind d’Arnault, Stephen Foster, and the Irish: The Blackface Minstrel Legacy in My Ántonia by Joseph C. Murphy
  • Willa Cather and Storytelling: Small Scenes from the French Soirées by Diane Prenatt
  • Cather, Sassoon, and the Church of St. Ouen by Richard C. Harris
  • Ireland, Irish Americans, and Cather’s Irish Portraits by John J. Murphy
  • The Bohemian Girl and Lucy Gayheart: Cather’s Valediction to Opera by John H. Flannigan
  • Throwing the Furniture Out of the Window: Ulster Protestant Plain Style and Cather’s Aesthetic by Willa Murphy
  • New to the Collection
  • Contributors to this Issue

On the cover: “The world there was the flat world of the ancients; to the east, a cornfield that stretched to daybreak; to the west, a corral that reached to sunset; between, the conquests of peace, dearer-bought than those of war.” from “A Wagner Matinée.” [Illustration by Joanna A. Blitch]

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