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by Willa Cather

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Posted By jade h #283341 at Feb 25, 2013 10:18 AM

What were the difficulties that made this so hard, and how was he able to overcome them?

One of the major challenges facing Bishop Jean Marie Latour when he arrives in New Mexico is gaining the trust of the people he came to serve. What were the difficulties that made this so hard, and how was he able to overcome them?

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Posted By jade h #283341 at Feb 17, 2013 11:26 AM

Why are these sections numbered instead of titled, as the other books had been?

BOOK NINE!!??

1. Why are these sections numbered instead of titles, as the other books had been?

2. How does this section tie the narrative together?

3. What is the significance of his last dream? How does it reflect his life (at least as contained in this book)?

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Posted By jade h #283341 at Feb 12, 2013 5:17 PM

Bishop Latour has an ambition:

BOOK SIX: DONA ISABELLA

1. Bishop Latour has an ambition: for him what file do the Olivares' have in this?

2. Why is this story of Antonio Olivares and Dona Isabella included in the novel?

3. How does it compare/contrast to the Bishop's other excursions/events?

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