3 edition of Antonia found in the catalog.
Originally published (B54-13996), London, Hutchinson, 1954.
|Statement||by Naomi Jacob.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
The Antonia of the book's title is one of a family of immigrants from Bohemia. She is the gritty girl Jim should have married; we come to share his warm admiration of her: "She was a rich mine of life, like the founders of early races." › Books › Literature & Fiction › Classics. Antonia has 8, books on Goodreads, and is currently reading The Call of the Wild/White Fang by Jack London, You Deserve Each Other by Sarah Hogle, and
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She is the gritty girl Jim should have married; we come to share his warm admiration of her: "She was a rich mine of life, like the founders of early races." He rediscovers her years later, with her husband from the "old country" and her fine children: Jim is not › Books › Literature & Fiction › United States.
There are no plaster saints in this book; everyone has falls from grace, and what distinguishes the remarkable characters like Antonia, and many secondary stalwart folks in this pioneer saga, is that they learn from their mistakes, make the best of it, and keep going.
Other weaker characters (and outright villains) are not so :// My Antonia Summary and Analysis of Book V. Buy Study Guide. Book V Cuzak's Boys. Chapter I. Summary: After twenty years, Jim goes to visit Ántonia again. He had sent her pictures of Bohemia when he went to visit, and he had visited Tiny and Lena in San Francisco, who told him that Ántonia had remarried a Bohemian man named Anton Cuzak, had a M y Ántonia is a tale of the American west: of wagon trains and immigrant farmers and a wild, flat country that runs out in all directions.
"All day long, Nebraska," marvels year-old Jim Book 4 ends with Jim promising to come back and visit Ántonia soon. Then twenty years pass without him doing so.
He justifies this by explaining that he was scared: "I did not want to find her aged and broken; I really dreaded it. In the course of twenty crowded years one parts with many illusions.
I did not wish to lose the early › Home › Study Guides › Literature. #1: Where does Jim live as an adult? #2: What is Antonia's origin? #3: Who does Antonia marry? #4: Jim visits Antonia before he goes to law school. How long before he sees her again?On the way, Jake buys Jim a book called The Life of Jesse James.
They chat with a conductor who acts like a tour guide for them as they drive through the different states. The conductor tells the that there is an immigrant family on board the train who is also travelling to Black Hawk, › Home › Study Guides › Literature.
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