Dear Francoise and Bank Streeters,
I want to echo Tim  and say thanks so much for letting us know, Francoise.
Angela was such a strong scholar - I remember her papers at both Pittsburgh
and Lincoln vividly, and I'm glad to hear her paper will be coming out
in *Cather
Studies. *She was a strong person, too - with some others, I was able to
spend some very enjoyable times with her in Pittsburgh, where in spite of
her health issues she was always smart and insightful, and with a good
sense of humor, too.

Does anyone have contact information (and the names of) her husband and
children, for those of us who would like to send cards?

On Tue, Apr 2, 2019 at 10:56 PM Timothy Bintrim <[log in to unmask]>

> Francoise,
> Thank you for letting us know about dear Angela, though the news sent a
> wave of real grief down virtual Bank Street.  We loved having Angela at the
> Pittsburgh seminar, and I distinctly remember she and about four other
> companions ubering across the city, hills be damned.  In January, before
> she launched into a new round of treatments, she completed the revisions we
> requested of  her alchemy paper, which Bank Streeters can look forward to
> reading in *Cather Studies 13*.   Angela and her collaborator Karen
> Marquis provided my first introduction to Cather's New York City during the
> splendid Drew colloquium of 1998.  Here's hoping her kids and husband, like
> Merrill's daughter and a few Murphys over the years, will keep in touch
> with her Cather family.
> Best, Tim Bintrim

Julie Olin-Ammentorp, Ph.D.
Dept. of English
Director, Gender & Women's Studies program
Le Moyne College
1419 Salt Springs Rd.
Syracuse, NY 13214
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