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My Antonia

My Antonia - Willa Cather I expected more, I guess; this being a classic, and all. I found Antonia to be a bit two-dimensional and unappealing other than the fact that she seemed to be so appealing to so many. The foundation of that attraction is not explained convincingly.It is an interesting picture of frontier life in the late-19th century and has some lovely snippets of Nebraska love, but not enough of either to overcome its other weaknesses.