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Death comes for the archbishop by willa cather (vintage classics, 1927), 304 pages summary father jean marie latour is appointed the apostolic vicar of new mexico in 1851. Narrating the story of the first catholic archbishop of new mexico and his vicar general, willa cather's historical novel, death comes for the archbishop (1927) provides a complex portrayal of the mexican, amerindian, anglo-american, and european cultures in the us-mexico border region from the 1850s through the 1880s. Written by willa cather, narrated by david ackroyd download the app and start listening to death comes for the archbishop today - free with a 30 day trial keep your audiobook forever, even if you cancel. Cather's historical novel death comes for the archbishop is based on the life of bishop john b ramy, the first bishop (and later archbishop) appointed to the region of new mexico in 1853, just after that region was acquired by the united states.