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Fellow Catherites,

In the spirit of Betty Jean's message about Kingsolver's new book, Cather's "A Wagner Matinee" is quoted in Belden C. Lane's latest book, The Great Conversation, the specific quote being, "the flat world of the ancients" (65).

--Jim

Jim Cody, D.Litt.
Professor
English Dept.
Brookdale Community College
765 Newman Springs Road
Lincroft, NJ  07738
(732)224-2681
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Hello, good scholars:

Barbara Kingsolver's new book, How to Fly (In Ten Thousand Easy Lessons), contains a poem, "Insomniac Villannelle,"
in which Cather is mentioned twice, in good company.  (p. 75)

Betty Jean