The book was published shortly before The Great Gatsby that
includes several of the characteristics of the present novel. "A
Lost Lady" is primarily a transcendent of realism. The novel
presents the society in transition from an old culture to a new
culture. The idealized past is being gradually left behind, and
power struggle in the society is becoming more obvious. Because of
this transition, there is a conflict between idealism and roughness
of the new society. "A Lost Lady" is Willa Cather's first modernist
novel. The novel falls into the category of `literary regionalism.'
It happens to be a narrow description of a culture within a
national experience. Ready Reference Treatise: A Lost Lady
Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview
Chapter Three: Major Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Part
One Part Two Chapter Five: Critical Analysis
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