The book was published shortly before The Great Gatsby that includes several of the characteristics of the present novel. "A Lost Lady" is primarily a transcendent of realism. The novel presents the society in transition from an old culture to a new culture. The idealized past is being gradually left behind, and power struggle in the society is becoming more obvious. Because of this transition, there is a conflict between idealism and roughness of the new society. "A Lost Lady" is Willa Cather's first modernist novel. The novel falls into the category of 'literary regionalism.' It happens to be a narrow description of a culture within a national experience. Ready Reference Treatise: A Lost Lady Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Major Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Part One Part Two Chapter Five: Critical Analysis
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|Size: ||408 KB|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781329855625 (DRM-EPUB)|
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