The Chippewa Landscape of Louise Erdrich

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Allan Richard Chavkin, Professor of English Allan Chavkin
University of Alabama Press, 1999 - 213 pagina's
This collection of essays focuses on Erdrich's writings rooted in the Chippewa experience. The contributors investigate narrative structure, signs of ethnicity, the notions of luck and chance, her use of metaphors, her efforts to counter stereotypes of American Indian women, and her use of comedy.

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Louise Erdrich is perhaps America's best-known contemporary Native American writer. Her first novel, Love Medicine (LJ 10/1/84), won immediate public and critical acclaim, and she continues to write ... Volledige review lezen

The Chippewa landscape of Louise Erdrich

Gebruikersrecensie  - Not Available - Book Verdict

Louise Erdrich is perhaps America's best-known contemporary Native American writer. Her first novel, Love Medicine (LJ 10/1/84), won immediate public and critical acclaim, and she continues to write ... Volledige review lezen

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Against All Odds
8
From Sacred Hoops to Bingo Palaces
36
Life into Death Death into Life
67
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