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Approaches to teaching the works of Louise Erdrich

Author: Greg Sarris; Connie A Jacobs; James Richard Giles
Publisher: New York : Modern Language Association of America, 2004.
Series: Approaches to teaching world literature, [83].
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Named Person: Louise Erdrich; Louise Erdrich; Louise Erdrich; Louise Erdrich
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Greg Sarris; Connie A Jacobs; James Richard Giles
ISBN: 0873529146 9780873529143 0873529154 9780873529150
OCLC Number: 56066412
Description: ix, 261 p. : ill., maps ; cm.
Contents: Preface to the volume / Greg Sarris --
Introduction / Connie A. Jacobs --
Materials / Connie Jacobs --
Approaches --
A history of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians / Connie A. Jacobs --
Of bears and birds : the concept of history in Erdrich's autobiographical writings / David T. McNab --
Beneath creaking oaks : spirits and animals in Tracks / Susan Scarberry-Garcia --
Sisters, lovers, Magdalens, and martyrs : Ojibwe two-sisters stories in Love medicine / Karah Stokes --
Tracing the trickster : Nanapush, Ojibwe oral tradition, and Tracks / G. Thomas Couser --
Tracking Fleur : the Ojibwe roots of Erdrich's novels / Amelia V. Katanski --
Family as character in Erdrich's novels / Gay Barton --
Does power travel in the bloodlines? : a genealogical red herring / Nancy L. Chick --
"Patterns and waves generation to generation" : The antelope wife / Alanna Kathleen Brown --
An indigenous approach to teaching Erdrich's works / Gwen Griffin and P. Jane Hafen --
Sites of unification : teaching Erdrich's poetry / Dean Rader --
"And here is where events loop around and tangle" : tribal perspectives in Love medicine / Paul Lumsden --
Tracking the memories of the heart : teaching Tales of burning love / Debra K.S. Barker --
Academic conversation : computers, libraries, the classroom, and The bingo palace / Sharon Hoover --
Gender and Christianity : strategic questions for teaching The last report on the miracles at Little No Horse / Peter G. Beilder --
Collaboration in the works of Erdrich and Michael Dorris : a study in the process of writing / Tom Matchie --
Doubling the last survivor : Tracks and American narratives of lost wilderness / John McWilliams --
Identity indexes in Love medicine and "Jacklight" / James Ruppert --
Reading The beet queen from a feminist perspective / Vanessa Holford Diana --
Gender as a drag in The beet queen / Kari J. Winter --
A postcolonial reading of Tracks / Dee Horne --
"This ain't real estate" : a Bakhtinian approach to The bingo palace / Patrick E. Houlihan --
Genealogical charts / Nancy L. Chick --
Maps / Connie A. Jacobs --
Important dates in the history of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians / Connie A. Jacobs --
Study guides to eight Erdrich novels / Peter G. Beidler.
Series Title: Approaches to teaching world literature, [83].
Responsibility: edited by Greg Sarris, Connie A. Jacobs, and James R. Giles.

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"This volume addresses almost every facet of Erdrich's interrelated novels, stories, and poems. ... The essays provide a comprehensive introduction to Erdrich's collected works."

 
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