Catherís Nature Message
The major themes in Catherís The Professorís House all seem to collide in the section of the book called ďTom Outlandís story.Ē The art, religion, and nature themes are all highlighted in this section of the book. Almost from the beginning of ďTom Outlandís StoryĒ Cather sets up her conflicts. Not that she hasnít been doing this all along. The change in tone, which has moved
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whole book comes here which is that we should leave the gifts that nature gives us alone. If we donít leave these gifts alone even when we have the best intentions for the gift and humanity we wind up fouling it up in the long run. This is evident in Tomís journey to Washington and return to the Mesa.
Cather, Willa. The Professorís House. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. 1925