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This revised and increased version of Beidler and Barton’s vital A Reader’s consultant to the Novels of Louise Erdrich builds at the sellout luck of the 1st version. each severe reader of Erdrich’s fiction will wish entry to this accomplished re-creation, such as beneficial new material.
• thoroughly up to date with info on 4 new novels released because the first variation: The final file at the Miracles at Little No Horse, The grasp Butchers making a song membership, 4 Souls, and The Painted Drum
Easy-to-use genealogical charts for a few of the families
• A map and geographical information about the settings for the novels
• a close composite dictionary of characters (even together with the minor characters)
• A word list of all the Ojibwe phrases, words, and sentences that Erdrich, an astoundingly flexible and lively local American writer, makes use of in her panoply of novels

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