The Dragon Throne

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These approaches often lead back to beginnings: the novels and stories about the immigrant peoples and their struggles against an untamed prairie that Cather knew as a child. Indeed, Saint-Vallier now feels more at home in his bare quarters with his duties of chaplain than he had in the prisons and courts of Europe or even in his own bishop's palace, and C�cile—though narratively removed from us—feels at home in her adopted country of Canada. These volumes, which Cather probably saw in the form of Reuben Gold Thwaites's massive 73-volume limited edition, are more precisely entitled The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents: Travels and Explorations of the Jesuit Missionaries in New France, 1610-1791 (1896-1901).

Pages: 224

Publisher: Viking Books for Young Readers (May 5, 2005)

ISBN: B001R6OTGC

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