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My Ántonia

My Ántonia

  

by Willa Cather

My Ántonia Suffering Quotes

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Quote #10

It was no wonder that her sons stood tall and straight. [Ántonia] was a rich mine of life, like the founders of early races. (3.1.last paragraph)

Despite a life of suffering, Ántonia has retained her strong character. In her symbolic role, she is a testament to the immigrants' determination and resilience.

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