restricted access   Volume 36, Number 1, Spring 1990

Table of Contents

From: MFS Modern Fiction Studies

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Willa Cather

Preface

Preface

pp. 3-4
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"Possession Granted by a Different Lease": Alexandra Bergson's Imaginative Conquest of Cather's Nebraska

pp. 5-22
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Revisiting and Revising the West: Willa Cather's My Ántonia and Wright Morris' Plains Song

pp. 25-38
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"Behind the Singer Tower": Willa Cather and Flaubert

pp. 39-54
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A Note on Willa Cather's Use of Edgar Allan Poe's "The Pit and the Pendulum" in The Professor's House

pp. 57-60
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"What was it . . . ?": The Secret of Family Accord in One of Ours

pp. 61-78
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A Code of Her Own: Attitudes Toward Women in Willa Cather's Short Fiction

pp. 80-89
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Displacing Homosexuality: The Use of Ethnicity in Willa Cather's My Ántonia

pp. 91-102
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"A Losing Game in the End": Aestheticism and Homosexuality in Cather's "Paul's Case"

pp. 103-119
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Is Cather's Paul a Case?

pp. 121-129
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Recent Books on Willa Cather: An Essay Review

pp. 131-141
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Correction

Correction

p. 23
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Acknowledgment

Acknowledgement

p. 142
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Announcement

Announcement

p. 142
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Contributors

Contributors

p. 144
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