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  Volume 45, Number 3, Fall 2013

Table of Contents

Special Issue: The Work of Willa Cather: Creation, Design, and Reception

Guest Editor: Andrew Jewell, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Introduction

pp. 324-327
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I. Creation and Collaboration

The Standard Oil Treatment: Willa Cather, The Life of Mary Baker G. Eddy, and Early Twentieth Century Collaborative Authorship

pp. 328-348
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The Transatlantic Virtual Salon: Cather and the British

pp. 349-368
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“As the result of many solicitations”: Ferris Greenslet, Houghton Mifflin, and Cather’s Career

pp. 369-386
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“Dear Alfred”/“Dear Miss Cather”: Willa Cather and Alfred Knopf, 1920–1947

pp. 387-407
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Willa Cather, Edith Lewis, and Collaboration: The Southwestern Novels of the 1920s and Beyond

pp. 408-441
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Cather’s Editorial Shaping of Sapphira and the Slave Girl

pp. 442-459
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II. Design and Marketing

Possession and Publication: Willa Cather’s Struggle to Save My Ántonia

pp. 460-475
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Canonical in the 1930s: Willa Cather’s Death Comes for the Archbishop in the Modern Library Series

pp. 476-499
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Material Memory: Willa Cather, “My First Novels (there were two),” and The Colophon: A Book Collector’s Quarterly

pp. 500-518
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Speaking Volumes: Embodying Cather’s Works

pp. 519-537
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III. International Reception

Slowly, but Surely: Willa Cather’s Reception in France

pp. 538-558
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The Making of “Die Tochter der Prärie [Daughter of the Prairie]”: Willa Cather’s Fictions in Germany, 1926–1952

pp. 559-579
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Notes on Contributors

pp. 580-582
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Research Areas

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