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Definition of the noun cather

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noun

  1. United States writer who wrote about frontier life (1873-1947)

Phrases with Cather

  1. willa cather
  2. willa sibert cather

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Google previewCatholic World (1916)

Miss Cather is a close and sympathetic observer. The book has many characters, each of whom is a distinct personality, and Mrs. Kronborg, the hapless young lover, Ray Kennedy, and the odd, romantic, unattractive Tillie, become to us real ...

Google previewNew Catholic World (1916)

Miss Cather is a close and sympathetic observer. The book has many characters, each of whom is a distinct personality, and Mrs. Kronborg, the hapless young lover, Ray Kennedy, and the odd, romantic, unattractive Tillie, become to us real ...

Google previewFrom Society Page to Front Page (2013)

Nebraska Women in Journalism by Eileen Wirth

Although only Willa Cather is a household name, you'll meet memorable women such as a 102- yearold ...

Google previewWilla Cather (2008)

New Facts, New Glimpses, Revisions by John Joseph Murphy, Merrill Maguire Skaggs

Cather refers to Pavlova's artistry on several occasions, and as L. Brent Bohlke ...

Google previewThe Continent (1922)

Unquestionably the section devoted to the middle west is lyric—it WILLA CATHER is the spirit of the Nebraska prairie, its beauty and its ruggedness, its charm and its distress, its freedom and its inhibitions. The war period succeeds or fails ...

Google previewThe Oxford Encyclopedia of Women in World History (2008)

4 Volume Set by Bonnie G. Smith

Willa Cather. Frontispiece from The Song of the Lark, 1915. PRINTS AND PHOTOGRAPHS DIVISION, LIBRARY OF CONGRESS European immigrants brought to the Great Plains. These novels were soon translated into the languages spoken ...

Google previewA Gustave Flaubert Encyclopedia (2001)

by Laurence M. Porter

Catoblepas 51 Cather, Willa Sibert (1873-1947). A voracious reader of French literature, Willa Cather identified Flaubert as one of the three "giants of letters" ( the others being Honore de Balzac and Guy de Maupassant) (Cather, The World ...

Google previewA Stephen Crane Encyclopedia (1997)

by Stanley Wertheim

Cather, Willa 49 14 May 1897. Written before Cora saw combat, the dispatch renders the view from Athens, the volunteers leaving for the front and the wounded crowding the hospitals. Certain metaphorical phrases — "amid flowers and tears," ...

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Quotes about Cather

No one can build his security upon the nobleness of another person. (Willa Cather)
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Scrabble value of C3A1T1H4E1R1

The value of this 6-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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