"[...]to a group of young poets and painters of advanced ideas and mediocre ability. She has her own fortune and lives her own life. For some reason, she wishes to remain Mrs. James Burden. As for Jim, no disappointments have been severe enough to chill his naturally romantic and ardent disposition. This disposition, though it often made him seem very funny when he was a boy, has been one of the strongest elements in his success. He loves with a personal passion the great country through which his railway runs and branches. His faith in it and his knowledge of it have played an important part in its development. He is always able to raise capital for new enterprises in Wyoming or Montana, and has helped young men out there to do remarkable things in mines and timber and oil. If a young man with an idea can once get Jim Burden's attention, can manage to accompany him when he goes off into the wilds hunting for lost parks or exploring new canyons, then the money which means action is usually forthcoming. Jim is still able to lose himself in those big Western dreams. Though he is over forty now, he meets new people and new enterprises with the impulsiveness by which his boyhood friends remember him. He never seems to me to grow older. His fresh color and sandy hair and [...]".
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Easily one of Cather's most well-known and recognized novels, My Antonia is a deep and insightful read that is well worth the time invested.Product Description:
No romantic novel ever written in America, by man or woman, is one half so beautiful as My Antonia. --H.L. Mencken
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Book Description Harper, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0060956941
Book Description Harper, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0060956941