In The Country of Lost Borders: New Critical Essays on My Ántonia



In The Country of Lost Borders: New Critical Essays on My Ántonia


Édité par Stéphanie Durrans

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Part one: Interacting with Nature

Sarah Dufaure – "Bringing the Environmental Muse to Nebraska: An Ecocritical Reading of Willa Cather's My Ántonia" ;

Isabel Maria Fernandes Alves – "'To preserve what technology makes us forget': Nature and Wonder in Willa Cather's My Ántónia" ;

Françoise Buisson – "From the Burrow to the Orchard: Representations of Animality in Willa Cather's My Ántonia".

 Part two: Interpretive Issues

Emily J. Rau and Gabrielle Kirilloff – "Geospatial Approaches to Reading and Teaching My Ántonia" ;

Florent Dubois – "What are Marek Shimerda and Blind d'Arnault doing in Jim's Pastoral? Disabled Presences in Willa Cather’s My Ántonia" ;

Rita Bode – "Between Silence and Speech: Willa Cather’s Speaking Bodies in My Ántonia" ;

 Brigitte Zaugg – “Storytelling in My Ántonia”.

Part three: Migration, Translation and Appropriation

Aušra Paulauskiene – “How Ántonia Became 'My’ Ántonia: the 'New’ Immigrant Woman as a Model American” ;

Evelyn Funda – “'Our Toni’/Our Willa: Laying Claims in the First Czech Translation of My Ántonia”.

 

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