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Devin Nunes’s Ex-Dom Mar 21
"One realizes that human relations are the tragic necessity of human life; that they can never be wholly satisfactory, that every ego is half the time greedily seeking them, and half the time pulling away from them."
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timeisanabstract Feb 16
The end is nothing, the road is all.
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Silas House Jan 26
I never come to NYC without making pilgrimages to touchstones. Here’s her only remaining residence still in its original form—82 Washington Place (the red plaque is about her)—and The Church of the Ascension Episcopal on 5th Ave, where she was a member.
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Heather Gudenkauf Mar 30
When your hometown bookstore @river_lights knows how much you love Willa Cather and gives you a copy of the 100th anniversary edition of My Antonia with an introduction by Jane Smiley 💕
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Brad Ashford 15 Mar 18
Nebraska's own . Her masterpiece, My Antonia, turns 100 this year, but these days, thanks to the most explosive immigration crisis in American life since the Reagan era’s Immigration Reform, it has acquired a new timeliness.
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🇮🇹Jeff Markise🇮🇹 23 May 17
Just got mine this morning at branch of 👍
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Vintage/Anchor Books Dec 7
in 1873, Willa Sibert Cather was born. “Perhaps we feel like that when we die & become a part of something entire, whether it is sun and air, or goodness & knowledge. At any rate, that is happiness; to be dissolved into something complete & great.”― , MY ÁNTONIA
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Silas House Jan 27
5 Bank Street. Where lived the longest.
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NEH 8 Jan 18
Over 1,500 of the known letters penned by Pulitzer-winning novelist have been compiled, digitized, and annotated. And soon, they’ll be available online thanks to an to at the .
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Homestead NM Sep 8
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Everyman's Library 12 Jan 18
#2018 marks a hundred years since Willa Cather published My Ántonia – a passionate yet understated account of an immigrant pioneer family in Nebraska, which delves into the minutiae of human emotion amidst a vast and often overpowering landscape.
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Vintage/Anchor Books 28 Sep 17
"Give the people a new word and they think they have a new fact." --"Four Letters: Escapism" (1936) by
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SITI Company 9 May 17
There are some things you learn best in calm, and some in storm.
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Allison Timmins Jun 26
In the shade with and . arrived from the in today. Thank you for that beautiful excerpt you read in the episode on by . Timeless and timely.
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Melissa Matthewson 18 Mar 17
Reveling in the last beautiful paragraphs of Willa Cather's My Antonia.
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Steve Padilla 7 Dec 16
"I don't want anyone reading my to think about style. I just want them to be in the story." , born Dec. 7, 1873.
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Operagasm Feb 8
Paul’s Case Act 1 premieres on tonight at 11:30!
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Willa Cather Fdn 19 Apr 17
There's a new face in downtown Red Cloud!
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bjz photographs 21 Oct 17
'This is reality, whether you like it or not-- all those frivolities of summer, the light and shadow'
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Insight Timer Jul 10
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