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I FIRST heard of ntonia 1 on what seemed to me an interminable journey across the great midland. Why Are My Elbows Dry And Cracked Corners' title='Why Are My Elbows Dry And Cracked Corners' />Assistant editor Kari Ronning. Historical essay by James Woodress. Explanatory notes by James Woodress. Assistance with explanatory notes by Kari Ronning. Kathleen Danker. Emily Levine. University of Nebraska Press. Lincoln London, 1. Preface. The objective of the Willa Cather Scholarly Edition is to provide to. Willa Cathers writing, obtained and presented according to the highest scholarly. Cathers involvement with it, and a record of. This edition is distinctive in the. It thus connects activities that are too often. Editing Cathers writing means recognizing that Cather was as fiercely protective of her. She suppressed much of her early writing and. Yet the record remains surprisingly full. Manuscripts, typescripts, and proofs of some. Cathers hand serial publications provide. Cather provide a running public commentary on. Cathers contemporaries. In assembling pieces of the editorial puzzle, we have been guided by principles and. Committee on Scholarly Editions of the Modern Language. Association. Assembling and comparing texts demonstrated the basic tenet of the textual. Scholars. had assumed, for example, that with the exception of a single correction in spelling, O Pioneers Autograph Edition. Collations revealed nearly a hundred word changes, thus providing. Cather. composed, but also basic to interpreting how her ideas about art changed as she matured. Cathers revisions and corrections on typescripts and page proofs demonstrate that she. Word changes demonstrate. Knowledgeable about production, Cather had intentions for her books that extended. For example, she specified typography, illustrations. To an exceptional degree, then, Cather gave to her work the close textual attention that. Believing that a books physical form influenced its. 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The straightforward textual history of O Pioneers My ntonia contrasts with the more complicated textual. A Lost Lady and Death Comes for the. Archbishop the allusive personal history of the Nebraska novels, so densely woven. My ntonia seems drawn not merely upon Anna Pavelka. Webster County, contrasts with the more public allusions of novels set. The Cather Edition reflects the individuality of each work while providing a. My ntonia. My ntonia BYWILLA SIBERT CATHER. WITH ILLUSTRATIONSBYW. T. BENDA. TO CARRIE AND IRENE MINERIn memory of affectionsold and true. Introduction. LAST summer I happened to be crossing the plains of Iowa. James Quayle. BurdenJim Burden, as we still call him in the West. He and I are. old friendswe grew up together in the same Nebraska town and. While the train flashed through never ending miles. The dust and heat, the burning wind, reminded. We were talking about what it is like to spend ones childhood in. We agreed that no one who had not grown up. It was a kind of freemasonry. Although Jim Burden and I both live in New York, and are old friends, I do not see. He is legal counsel for one of the great Western railways, and is. New York office for weeks together. That is one reason why. Another is that I do not like his wife. When Jim was still an obscure young lawyer, struggling to make his way in New York. Genevieve Whitney was the. Her marriage with young Burden was the subject. It was said she had been brutally jilted by her. Rutland Whitney, and that she married this unknown man from the West out of. She was a restless, headstrong girl, even then, who liked to astonish her. Later, when I knew her, she was always doing something unexpected. She gave. one of her town houses for a Suffrage headquarters, produced one of her own plays at the Princess Theater, was arrested for. I am never able to believe that she. Failed To Read Install Registry Value Virus. She is handsome, energetic, executive, but to me she seems. Her husbands quiet. I think, and she finds it worth while to play the patroness to. She has. her own fortune and lives her own life. For some reason, she wishes to remain Mrs. James Burden. As for Jim, no disappointments have been severe enough to chill his naturally. This disposition, though it often made him seem. He loves with a personal passion the great country through which his railway runs. His faith in it and his knowledge of it have played an important part. He is always able to raise capital for new enterprises in. Wyoming or Montana, and has helped young men out there to do remarkable things in. If a young man with an idea can once get Jim Burdens. Jim is still able to lose himself in those big Western dreams. Though. he is over forty now, he meets new people and new enterprises with the impulsiveness. He never seems to me to grow older. His. fresh color and sandy hair and quick changing blue eyes are those of a young man. Western. and American. During that burning day when we were crossing Iowa, our talk kept returning to a. Bohemian girl whom we had known long ago and whom both of us. More than any other person we remembered, this girl seemed to mean to us. To speak her name. I had lost sight of her altogether, but Jim had found her again after long. His mind was full of her. He made me see her again, feel her presence, revived all my old affection. I cant see, he said impetuously, why you have never written anything about. I told him I had always felt that other peoplehe himself, for. I. I was ready, however, to make an. I would set down on paper all that I remembered of. We might, in this way, get a picture of. He rumpled his hair with a quick, excited gesture, which with him often announces a. I could see that my suggestion took hold of him. Maybe I. will, maybe I will he declared. He stared out of the window for a few moments, and. Of course, he said, I should have to do it in a. Its through myself that I knew and.