Of all Cather’s short stories, “Paul’s Case” is the one with which I’m most familiar. I won’t summarize the plot here since this post is intended for folks who have read the story. I am of the school that thinks… Read More ›
Our story for September is “Paul’s Case,” one of Cather’s most popular short stories. I read somewhere that it’s her most anthologized short story which, no doubt, contributes to it’s popularity. There have been a variety of adaptations — stage,… Read More ›
A photo essay from my recent visit to The Handley Library in Winchester, Virginia. A gorgeous Beaux Arts style building.
In the video, I talk about how exciting it can be to dive deep into studying an author, how I got into Cather, and then introduce her twelve novels. One commentator called it a “flash lit course on Cather,” which made me feel warm and fuzzy.
I’m happy to report that 2019 has started out with some excellent reads for me. Instead of ending this post with my one DNF of the month, I’ll start with it. That way, we’ll end on a high note.