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Author: Louise Erdrich; Kentucky. Department for Libraries and Archives.
Publisher: [Frankfort, Ky.] : [Assembled by the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives], [2010]
Series: KDLA regular print book discussion kits for Kentucky public libraries.
Edition/Format:   Kit   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
Alternately narrated by Nanapush, a wise elder of the tribe, and Pauline, a bitter mixed-breed, the novel follows the lives of a handful of Chippewa Indians in North Dakota who deal in different ways with the encroachment of white civilization as lumber companies savage their forests and government agents attempt to buy their land. Some descriptions of sex.
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Genre/Form: General fiction
Book discussion kit
Fiction
Historical fiction
Material Type: Kit
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Louise Erdrich; Kentucky. Department for Libraries and Archives.
ISBN: 9780060972455 0060972459
OCLC Number: 907022961
Notes: Edition of book used: Harper Perennial, c1988.
Subtitle devised by cataloger.
Sequel to: The beet queen.
Assembled by the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives.
For in-state use only. Requests must be submitted by Kentucky public libraries.
Description: 15 books (226 pages), 1 discussion guide ; in container
Series Title: KDLA regular print book discussion kits for Kentucky public libraries.
Responsibility: by Louise Erdrich.

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Alternately narrated by Nanapush, a wise elder of the tribe, and Pauline, a bitter mixed-breed, the novel follows the lives of a handful of Chippewa Indians in North Dakota who deal in different ways with the encroachment of white civilization as lumber companies savage their forests and government agents attempt to buy their land. Some descriptions of sex.

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