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  1. Shadow Tag: A Novel by Louise Erdrich, 2010-02-01
  2. The Porcupine Year by Louise Erdrich, 2010-09-01
  3. Tracks by Louise Erdrich, 2004-03
  4. The Plague of Doves: A Novel (P.S.) by Louise Erdrich, 2009-05-01
  5. The Master Butchers Singing Club (P.S.) by Louise Erdrich, 2005-07-01
  6. The Painted Drum: A Novel (P.S.) by Louise Erdrich, 2006-09-01
  7. The Last Report on the Miracles at Little No Horse: A Novel (P.S.) by Louise Erdrich, 2009-05-01
  8. The Red Convertible: Selected and New Stories, 1978-2008 by Louise Erdrich, 2010-01-01
  9. The Bingo Palace (P.S.) by Louise Erdrich, 2006-09-01
  10. The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich, 2002-06-03
  11. Four Souls : A Novel (P.S.) by Louise Erdrich, 2005-07-01
  12. Love Medicine: Newly Revised Edition (P.S.) by Louise Erdrich, 2009-05-01
  13. Love Medicine (P.S.) by Louise Erdrich, 2000-06
  14. Love Medicine : A Novel (Perennial Classics) by Louise Erdrich, 2005-08-01

1. Louise Erdrich
Louise Erdrich. compiled by Toni Nelson. Other information about Louise Erdrich Michael Dorris a brief biography about the life of Louise Erdrich s husband.
Louise Erdrich compiled by Toni Nelson
Works Cited "Louise Erdrich." The Native American Rights Fund. <> (9 July 1997). Sprenger, Polly. "More Love Medicine." The Minnesota Daily Online. <http://www.daily.> (9 July 1997). Jones Jr., Malcolm. "The Death of a Native Son." Newsweek . 28 April 1997: 68-69.
photo courtesy of The Minnesota Daily On-line Other information about Louise Erdrich: Michael Dorris: a brief biography about the life of Louise Erdrich's husband In her own words: quotable quotes straight from Erdrich's mouth Awards that Erdrich has won Works: a complete listing (as far as I know) of Erdrich's works Similar links: including a Kashpaw and Nanapush family tree "L'Magique Fleur:" Reader Response criticism written by Toni Nelson If you have comments or suggestions, e-mail me at last updated 9/11/00

2. - Author Profile: Louise Erdrich
Louise Erdrich. BIO. Louise Erdrich grew up in North Dakota and is a member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Ojibwe. She is the
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Louise Erdrich BIO Louise Erdrich grew up in North Dakota and is a member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Ojibwe. She is the author of nine novels, including, most recently, THE MASTER BUTCHERS SINGING CLUB, the National Book Critics Circle Award-winning LOVE MEDICINE and the National Book Award finalist THE LAST REPORT ON THE MIRACLES AT LITTLE NO HORSE, as well as poetry, children's books, and a memoir of early motherhood, THE BLUE JAY'S DANCE. Her short fiction has won the National Magazine Award and is included in the O. Henry and Best American short-story collections. She lives in Minnesota with her children, who help her run a small independent bookstore, THE BIRCHBARK. Back to top.

3. The SALON Interview: Louise Erdrich
Louise Erdrich The creative instinct Being the mother of five children has deepened her art, says the author of Love Medicine and
Louise Erdrich
The creative instinct
Being the mother of five children
has deepened her art, says the author
of "Love Medicine" and
the new "Tales of Burning Love" By ROBERT SPILLMAN "how is it that we all, constantly, apologize for that womanizing, weak-spirited, failed contractor, our husband?" gripes Eleanor to the other three ex-wives of Jack, an irresistible lout around whom Louise Erdrich spins her latest multi-voiced novel, "Tales of Burning Love." Driving away from Jack's funeral the wives are caught in a sudden squall that strands them under an overpass outside of Fargo, North Dakota. As the snow buries their car, the women stave off the bitter cold and fatal sleep by telling each other very different tales of Jack's ever-changing financial and amorous arrangements. Like many of her characters, Jack included, Erdrich is of mixed Native American descent; her mother is French Ojibwa, while her father, who according to family legend was born in a tornado, is German American. Erdrich's parents worked for the Bureau of Indian Affairs as teachers on a nearby North Dakota reservation and she recalls that her father regularly recited memorized poetry Frost and Byron to her and her six siblings. Erdrich started her literary career as a poet, supporting herself by working at a Kentucky Fried Chicken and on road construction crews. At 28, Erdrich published her first novel "Love Medicine" which had been rejected by numerous publishing houses when her husband, the author Michael Dorris, resubmitted it, posing as her literary agent. Despite a modest first print run, "Love Medicine" was a phenomenal word-of-mouth success, selling 400,000 copies in hardback and winning the 1984 National Book Critics Circle Award.

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5. Erdrich, Louise (f. 1954)
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Books The Master Butcher s Singing Club SP A Novel The Master Butcher s Singing Club SP A Novel by Louise Erdrich, erdrich louise 01 March, 2004, Amazon

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8. Louise Erdrich
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10. Fiction: Louise Erdrich
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Louise Erdrich (b. 1954)
Louise Erdrich

This useful brief reference page, created by a student at Valley City State University in North Dakota, includes biographical and bibliographical information. BIOGRAPHY
Louise Erdrich (b. 1954). Born in Little Falls, Minnesota, Erdrich grew up in Wahpeton, North Dakota, a member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa. Her grandfather was for many years tribal chair of the reservation where her parents taught in the Bureau of Indian Affairs School. She attended Dartmouth College, earning a degree in anthropology (1976) as well as prizes for fiction and poetry, including the American Academy of Poets Prize. She returned to North Dakota for a brief period of teaching before going on to study creative writing at Johns Hopkins University (M.A., 1979). The following year, she returned to Dartmouth as a writer-in-residence. Her works have appeared in the New England Review and Redbook as well as such anthologies of Native American writing as Earth Power Coming and That's What She Said: Contemporary Poetry and Fiction by Native American Women

11. Louise Erdrich Official Web Page
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Karen Louise Erdrich født 7. juni 1954 i Little Falls, Minnesota, USA. "Elskovsmidlet" ("Love medicine", 1984)
Gyldendal : 1985
Samlerens Bogklub : 1986
Gyldendals Paperbacks, 3. udg. : 1996 "Himmelflugt" ("The Beet Queen", 1986)
Gyldendal : 1987
Samlerens Bogklub : 1987 "Spor" ("Tracks", 1988)
Gyldendal : 1989
Gyldendals Bogklubber : 1990 "Columbuskronen" ("The Crown of Columbus")
Gyldendal : 1993
Gyldendals Bogklubber : 1994 "Bingohallen" ("The Bingo Palace")
Gyldendal : 1996 "Fortællinger om den store kærlighed" ("Tales of burning love") Gyldendal : 1998 Kilder: Dansk Bogfortegnelse, 1976-

13. The Infography About Erdrich, Louise (1954- )
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The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is American author Louise Erdrich.
Six Superlative Sources
Beidler, Peter G., and Gay Barton. A Reader's Guide to the Novels of Louise Erdrich. University of Missouri Press, 1999. Chavkin, Allan, ed. The Chippewa Landscape of Louise Erdrich. University of Alabama Press, 1999. Chavkin, Allan, and Nancy Feyl Chavkin, eds. Conversations with Louise Erdrich and Michael Dorris. University Press of Mississippi, 1994. Jacobs, Connie A. The Novels of Louise Erdrich: Stories of Her People. Peter Lang, 2001. Vecsey, Christopher. Traditional Ojibwa Religion and Its Historical Changes. The American Philosophical Society, 1983. Wong, Hertha Dawn, ed. Louise Erdrich's Love Medicine: A Casebook. Oxford University Press, 1999.
Other Excellent Sources
WEB SITES Critical Annotated Bibliography about Louise Erdrich's Work . Center for Great Plains Studies, University of Nebraska. An Emissary of the Between-World: A Conversation with Louise Erdrich, Whose Stories Occur in the "Margin Where Cultures Mix and Collide"

14. The Complicated Life Of Louise Erdrich
Short article about the author and her accomplishments. Features photo and quotes.
from the May/June 2001 issue
The Complicated Life of Louise Erdrich
With a new book, a new baby and a new business, she's not giving history the time to catch up
by Karen Olson

This is an archived page. Click to return to the current issue
In the past year alone, Louise Erdrich completed one novel, nearly finished another, opened a bookstore and, at forty-six, gave birth to a daughter named Azure. When Erdrich walks into her Minneapolis store, Birch Bark Books, Herbs and Native Arts, she is juggling an armful of paper and books and passing out chocolate tins with pictures of Elvis Presley and the cartoon character Pepe Le Pew on top. She adjusts Azure, who's ready to be fed. "Overdoing it is my motto," she announces. "I'm one of those overdoing-it mothers."
Love Medicine The Last Report on the Miracles at Little No Horse . Lyrically reflective, wittily refracted and adeptly sensual, the story centers on Agnes DeWitt, who, because of a series of passions and events, lives most of her life as Father Damien Modeste, a mission priest on an Indian reservation between 1912 and 1996. The Last Report
"Maybe when I'm eighty, I'll start being a person who will choose the less complex of the choices, and life will be manageable," Erdrich says. "But I don't do that. I have an overwhelming

15. The Birchbark House By Louise Erdrich
Summary and review of the book with classroom discussion ideas, activities, related books and links.

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16. PAL: Louise Erdrich (1954- )
Portraits in American Literature profile, featuring extensive bibliography.
PAL: Perspectives in American Literature - A Research and Reference Guide Paul P. Reuben Chapter 10: Late Twentieth Century - Louise Erdrich (1954- ) Modern American Poetry: LE Voices From the Gaps: LE Primary Works Selected Bibliography ... Home Page
Source: Indians of North America Top Primary Works Jacklight. NY: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1984. PS3555 .R42 J3 The beet queen: a novel. NY: Holt, 1986. PS3555 .R42 B4 Tracks: a novel. NY: Henry Holt, 1988. PS3555 .R42 T73 Baptism of desire: poems. The bingo palace. NY: HarperCollinsPublishers, 1994. PS3555 .R42 B5 The antelope wife: a novel. NY: HarperFlamingo, 1998. PS3555 .R42 A8 The birchbark house. NY: Hyperion Books for Children, 1999. Juv Fiction E665 b The last report on the miracles at Little No Horse. NY: HarperCollins, 2001. PS3555 .R42 L37 The Master Butcher's Singing Club: A Novel. NY: HarperCollins, 2003. Also Love Medicine, Route Two, The Crown of Columbus (With Michael Dorris), 1991; The Falcon: A Narrative of the Captivity and Adventures of John Tanner, The Blue Jay's Dance: A Birth Year (memoir)

17. Satan: Hijacker Of A Planet By Louise Erdrich
Short story appearing the August 97 issue of The Atlantic.
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The stars are the eyes of God, and they have been watching us from the beginning of the world. Do you think there isn't an eye for each of us? Go on and count
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I was looking down the hill, waiting for the rain to start, when his white car pulled into our yard. The driver was a big man, built long and square just like the Oldsmobile. He was wearing a tie and a shirt that was not yet sweaty. I noticed this as I was walking back down the hill. I was starting to notice these things about men the way their hips moved when they hauled feed or checked fence lines. The way their forearms looked so tanned and hard when they rolled up their white sleeves after church. I was looking at men not with intentions, because I didn't know yet what I would have done with one if I got him, but with a studious mind.
I was looking at them just to figure, for pure survival, the way a girl does. The way a farmer, which my dad was before he failed, gets to know the lay of the land. He loves his land, so he has to figure how to cultivate it what it needs in each season, how much abuse it will sustain, what in the end it will yield. And I, too, in order to increase my yield and use myself right, was taking my lessons. I never tried out my information, though, until the man arrived, pulled with a slow crackle into our lake-pebble driveway. He got out and looked at me where I stood in the shade of my mother's butterfly bush. I'm not saying that I flirted right off. I didn't know how to. I walked into the sunlight and looked him in the eye.

18. Louise Erdrich
Very brief summary of the author's biography and work.

Biographies Entertainment Biographies E Louise Erdrich writer Born: July 6, 1954 Birthplace: Little Falls, Minnesota With recurring characters and themes, Louise Erdrich's fiction is steeped in the American Indian cultures of North Dakota, where she was raised. Erdrich, the daughter of a French Ojibway mother, is a member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa. She studied creative writing at Dartmouth and at Johns Hopkins University. For 15 years she was married to writer Michael Dorris , who acted as her agent and sometime collaborator. Erdrich's first novel, Love Medicine (1984), became a bestseller and won the National Book Critics Circle Award. The popularity of The Beet Queen Tracks (1988), and The Bingo Palace (1994) confirmed her emergence as a major voice in American fiction.
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