"Paul's Case" was first published in 1905 in Willa Cather's first story collection, The Troll Garden, which began her literary career. When the story was printed in McClure's magazine in May of the same year, it brought Cather to national attention. In 1920 the story was reprinted by Alfred Knopf in Youth and the Bright Medusa. "Paul's Case" examines the dangers of art and the struggles of youthful artists in a commercial world.More
Author Willa Cather is one of America's most beloved writers of the 20th century. Her literary career was jumpstarted when McClure published her short story, "Paul's Case". Now Audible members can listen to this wonderful short story in audio, narrated by the accomplished Walter Covell. Covell's voice is soothing and measured, demanding your full attention. This 45-minute audio tells of a young artist who has to figure out what he is and isn't willing to compromise in order to survive. This is a short American classic and a great addition to your Audible library!
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