Sacred Spaces, Profane "Manufactories": Willa Cather's Split Artist in The Professor's House and My Mortal Enemy

@article{Vanderlaan2011SacredSP,
  title={Sacred Spaces, Profane "Manufactories": Willa Cather's Split Artist in The Professor's House and My Mortal Enemy},
  author={Kim Vanderlaan},
  journal={Western American Literature},
  year={2011},
  volume={46},
  pages={24 - 4}
}
In keeping with the idea that Cather herself located the "fountainhead" of her creative energies in "Nebraska and points west" (In Person 88), I wish to locate my discussion of Cather's novels, The Professor's House and My Mortal Enemy, in the symbolic landscapes which help reveal their position in her oeuvre. My article argues that Godfrey St. Peter and Myra Henshawe, like Cather herself at this point in her career, attempt to navigate the tensions of two forces simultaneously working on them… Expand
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