Four Souls

One of the rewards of reading Louise Erdrich’s fiction is that she takes us into a world few people know, that of the Ojibwe people, who follow traditional ways while also living under the influence of Christianity. Like Faulkner’s fictional Yoknapatawpha County, the territory of Erdrich’s novels (this is her ninth) is rich in history and populated with complex characters.

 

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