Willa Cather

NOUN
  1. United States writer who wrote about frontier life (1873-1947)
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  • Ready availability being the most precious of Prohibition virtues, gin was lifted above the historical pedigree that led Willa Cather to call it “the consolation of sailors and inebriate scrub-women.” LAST CALL
  • Adobe-walled rooms, named after Bynner's friends - Willa Cather and D.H. Lawrence, among others - have kiva fireplaces, viga beams, and tiled floors decorated with colorful throw rugs.
  • Cleopatra, one of Taylor's gaudiest roles, does make a nice change from Susan B. Anthony or Willa Cather as a subject of feminist discussion, but the book's thesis is too tenuous, the evidence too sparse, to be persuasive. Women's Liz
  • Bringing forth new writing techniques is one of Willa Cather's main writing characteristics.
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