Alexander’s Bridge by Willa Cather

I think Willa Cather gets men. During her life, and in the critical response to her work after her death, she took her fair share of heat for not writing often enough from a woman’s point of view.  Even when the book was about women, like My Antonia, her narrator had a male voice.  I think it’s fair to ask  why she made this choice, it may … Continue reading Alexander’s Bridge by Willa Cather