This collection of critical essays draws on Louise Erdrich's, Chippeawa and German-American heritage.Erdrich has produced a body of work whose pervasive mythical landscape and the cast ofInterconnected characters has been credited with bringing Native Americanliterature to the literary mainstream and inspiring an entire generation of Native American writing.
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Dr. Saehney is Reader in the Department of English at Kutukshetra University, Kurukshetra, India. After recieving his Ph.D on American literature from Kurukshetra University, he was a Fulbright postdoctoral schoar at the University of California, Los Angles.Review:
"In the hands of all of these able scholars, Erdrich's work finds enrichment, and endurance. This collection is a must for any serious student of Native American literature and especially Erdrich's fiction. It is especially rewarding and illuminating." - Prof. James Ruppert University of Alaska Fairbanks "... noteworthy scholars, along with several emerging scholars, offer perspectives on Erdrich not yet seen in the field." - Prof. Rebecca Tillett University of East Anglia"
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