The Western Humanism of Willa Cather

@article{Walker1966TheWH,
  title={The Western Humanism of Willa Cather},
  author={Don D. Walker},
  journal={Western American Literature},
  year={1966},
  volume={1},
  pages={75 - 90}
}
At one point in The Song of the Lark, Fred Ottenburg remarks to Thea, “Well, I am never strong for getting up before the sun. The world looks so unfurnished.” At the time of his speaking the sun is up; the bushes, aspens, and pinons have been colored with liquid gold; the sky has become a transparent, pearly blue; Fred and Thea are having a savory breakfast of coffee and bacon. Never­ theless they are both remembering a time earlier when while the stars were still bright they entered Panther… Expand
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