The Troll Garden

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First edition (publ. McClure, Phillips & Co)

The Troll Garden is a collection of short stories by Willa Cather, published in 1905.[1]


This collection contains the following seven stories:

Four of these stories--"The Sculptor's Funeral," "A Death in the Desert," "A Wagner Matinee," and "Paul's Case"—were revised and included in Cather's next collection of short fiction Youth and the Bright Medusa, published in 1920.


  1. ^ "And Death Comes for Willa Cather, Famous Author". Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph. 25 April 1947 – via "North Side: Willa Cather", Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.

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