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Her writing is beautiful though the stories are simple.
By the way, be sure to get a good edition, as numerous editions of this book are extremely flawed and full of numerous weird typos and such.
Willa Cather, one of the best American novelists ever, turned her sights on the southwest frontier in 'Death Comes for the Archbishop'.
After reading this novel, I can see why it is on so many lists of the great American fiction.My only regret is that I did not read it years ago. Read morePublished 3 days ago by TJC
Cather is a master at describing nature in beautiful, absorbing detail, and I enjoyed her descriptions of the natural geography of New Mexico and Arizona -- but I did not feel... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Diane Stranz
New Mexico soul touches me deeply. I will drive 500 miles just to see a sight. Caught within these pages are descriptions and definitions that electrify my love, my memories of a... Read morePublished 21 days ago by B. Michel
A lovely look at the early missionary movement in the southwest. Wonderful writing that lasts through the years.Published 22 days ago by flamingogeri
I loved the way the book brought to life the determination and love that shaped this land under God's will.Published 25 days ago by Paul A.
Beautifully written. Interesting take on the Catholic church in the 1800 southwestern US states.Published 27 days ago by nancy bill