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Willa Cather's Imagination by  David Stouck - Hardcover - 1975 - from Ghost River Books and Biblio.com

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Willa Cather's Imagination

by Stouck, David

Condition: Fair - Good/Fair


Lincoln, NE, U.S.A.: University of Nebraska Press, 1975. 253 pp includes index.Demonstrates the unusual range and depth of Willa Cather's imagination through examination of modes, forms, and themes. Also looks at Cather's life and art. DJ has a new mylar cover, spine label, Bac k flap has been clipped to accomodate pocket. Grey linen binding is in excellent condition. Usual library stamps and pocket. Date due has been removed. Text is clean and unmarked. A good usable copy with fair designation only because of ex-library status.. HC and DJ. Fair - Good/Fair. 9 x 5 3/4.




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