Author:Willa Sibert Cather
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- Alexander's Bridge, 1912 (external scan)
- Alexander's Masquerade, 1912 in McClure's Magazine (3-part serial)
- "Prairie Trilogy"
- O Pioneers! (1913) (external scan)
- The Song of the Lark (1915)
- My Ántonia (1918) 1924 printing: (transcription project)
- One of Ours (1922) (Pulitzer Prize, 1923)
- A Lost Lady (1923) (transcription project)
- The Professor's House (1925)
- My Mortal Enemy (1926)
- Death Comes for the Archbishop (1927) (transcription project)
- Shadows on the Rock (1931) – Copyrighted in the United States until 2027 due to (Renewal: R225125 )
- The Troll Garden, 1905
- Youth and the Bright Medusa, 1920 (external scan)
- Coming, Aphrodite! (a.k.a. Coming, Eden Bower!)
- The Diamond Mine
- A Gold Slipper
- Paul's Case
- A Wagner Matinee
- The Sculptor's Funeral
- A Death in the Desert
Individual short storiesEdit
- The Affair at Grover Station (1900)
- "Ardessa," 1918, Century Magazine
- "The Bookkeeper's Wife," 1916, Century Magazine
- The Bohemian Girl," 1912 Aug, McClure's Magazine (novelette)
- Consequences (1915)
- "Eleanor's House, 1907, McClure's Magazine
- Her Boss," 1919 Oct, The Smart Set (ss)
- "The Enchanted Bluff," 1909, Harper's Magazine
- "Eric Hermannson's Soul"
- "The Fear That Walks by Noonday" (1895, in The Sombrero) Written with Dorothy Canfield when both were students. The first published work of both.
- "The Namesake," 1907, McClure's Magazine
- "On the Divide"
- "On the Gulls' Road"
- "Paul's Case" (also included in The Troll Garden, 1905)
- The Princess Baladina—Her Adventure (1896)
- "The Profile," 1907, McClure's Magazine
- "A Wagner Matinee." (also included in The Troll Garden, 1905)
- "The Westbound Train"
- "On the Art of Fiction," 1916, (non-fiction) in The Borzoi 1920, selection by Alfred A. Knopf (external scan)
- Roll Call on the Prairies," 1919 May, The New Red Cross Magazine (article)
- A General in the Making," 1919 Sept, The New Red Cross Magazine (article)
- The Education You Have to Fight For," 1919 Oct, The New Red Cross Magazine (article)
- April Twilights (poetry), 1903 Willa Cather Archive
- "Spanish Johnny," 1912, McClure's Magazine
Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1928.
The longest-living author of these works died in 1947, so these works are in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 75 years or less. These works may be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.