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Cather, Willa

Syllabification: Cath·er, Willa
Pronunciation: /ˈkaT͟Hər
 
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Definition of Cather, Willa in English:

( 1876–1974), US novelist and short-story writer; full name Willa Sibert Cather. Her home state of Nebraska provides the setting for some of her best writing. Notable works: O Pioneers! (1913), My Antonia (1918), and Death Comes for the Archbishop (1927).

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