Latour's Schismatic Church: The Radical Meaning in the Pictorial Methods of Death Comes for the Archbishop

@article{Schwind1985LatoursSC,
  title={Latour's Schismatic Church: The Radical Meaning in the Pictorial Methods of Death Comes for the Archbishop},
  author={Jean Schwind},
  journal={Studies in American Fiction},
  year={1985},
  volume={13},
  pages={71 - 88}
}
Shortly after Death Comes for the Archbishop completed its serialized run in Forum magazine in 1927, Willa Cather expressed doubts about the novel's reception. In a letter to Dorothy Canfield Fisher, an old Nebraska friend and fellow writer, Cather cynically wondered: Could a novel featuring the Virgin Mary as its leading lady hope to survive in a world of motion picture romance and glamour?1 Although it had been widely read in Forum, Cather evidently had become less certain about the novel's… Expand
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