from Willa Cather in Person: Interviews, Speeches, and Letters

Selected and edited by L. Brent Bohlke

Lincoln & London: University of Nebraska Press, 1986

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Cover of L. Brent Bohlke's Willa Cather in Person

Speeches: 1890-1933

  1. L. Brent Bohlke's Introduction
  2. 1890: Red Cloud: Superstition vs. Investigation
  3. 1915: Pittsburgh: Brilliant Literary Lecture before Clubwomen
  4. 1921: Hastings and Omaha: Woman's Club
  5. 1921: Hastings and Omaha: Willa Cather Raps Language Law . . .; State Laws . . .; Nebraska Scored . . .; "Don't Imitate" . . .
  6. 1925: Brunswick, Maine: Menace to Culture . . .; Three Menances . . .; Willa Catha—Novelist
  7. 1925: Chicago: "Machine-Made" Novel . . .; Art Now Only Rule . . .
  8. 1933: New York, NBC Radio: On the Novel