Willa Cather Review | 63.2 | Summer 2022

Article number: REVIEW 63.2

The Willa Cather Review is a scholarly journal published several times of year by the Willa Cather Foundation.



—Celebrating the centenary of One of Ours

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  • Letters from the Executive Director and the President
  • Reading One of Ours in 2022 by Ann Romines
  • Music in One of Ours: The Sounds of a Ruined Past by John H. Flannigan
  • After the Victory: Veterans Return Home by Becky Faber
  • Reading One of Ours at Angel Fire by Steven Trout
  • Medical Sexism in One of Ours by Sarah Clere
  • Sensing One of Ours by Guy Reynolds
  • “These Strange Boats Seem to Be Building Themselves”: One of Ours and the Military Industrial Complex by Mark Whalan
  • Plus Ça Change . . . by Diane Prenatt
  • One of Ours: Gleaning the Teachings of the Disabled by Elizabeth Wells
  • Charting Claude’s Charting: The Importance of Maps in One of Ours by Aaron Shaheen
  • Reading Alone, Together by Kelsey Squire
  • Once More to One of Ours by Janis P. Stout
  • The Eagles of the West Fly On by Mark A. R. Facknitz
  • Incongruities and Questions of Fact in the Narrative of One of Ours by Peter M. Sullivan
  • The Pathfinder Serialization of One of Ours by Richard C. Harris
  • One of Ours: Reading the Truth Hidden Within the Headlines of the American Press’s “Great” War by Lilia Hutchison
  • Out West: The Social Work of Dorothea Lange and Willa Cather by Charmion Gustke
  • Contributors to this Issue
  • From the Collections: The Death of G. P. Cather by Tracy Sanford Tucker

On the cover: “Battle of Cantigny. Early in the morning of the 28th of May, 1918, the Americans launched their attack, and within 45 minutes they had obtained all their objectives.” From The People’s War Book: History, Cyclopedia and Chronology of the Great World War (1919). “They were mortal...”: Photograph by Mark A. R. Facknitz of Cather’s text used in the World War I memorial in the District of Columbia. 

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