Willa Cather's Voyage Perilous: A Case for One of Ours

@article{Garvelink2004WillaCV,
  title={Willa Cather's Voyage Perilous: A Case for One of Ours},
  author={Lisa Bouma Garvelink},
  journal={Women's Studies},
  year={2004},
  volume={33},
  pages={907 - 931}
}
Willa Cather’s One of Ours, despite its Pulitzer Prize, has been and continues to be one of her least understood works as readers consistently miss its complex expression of her romantic-modernist dialectic. One of her few novels that does not develop a major female character, One of Ours often puzzles readers by its unexpected treatment of a subject seen as a man’s world: war and its effect on society. While some women writers of this time wrote of the war from a disillusioned correspondent’s… Expand

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