Sherman Alexie | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Sherman Alexie and Joelle Fraser

This literature criticism consists of approximately 17 pages of analysis & critique of Sherman Alexie.
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Critical Essay by Sherman Alexie and Joelle Fraser

SOURCE: Alexie, Sherman, and Joelle Fraser. “An Interview with Sherman Alexie.” The Iowa Review 30, no. 3 (winter 2000-2001): 59-70.

In the following interview, Alexie discusses his literary and film projects and talks about Native American literature and popular culture.

On a rare sunny Seattle day, Sherman Alexie's manager offered me my choice of soda or bottled water and gave me a tour of Alexie's three-room office, a good-looking rooftop space with a deck that overlooks the tony community of Bellevue. Some worlds may contrast more starkly with Alexie's boyhood home on the Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation, but not many.

Alexie arrived late, comfortable in cotton, hair pulled back in a loose ponytail. As we introduced ourselves his smile hid a sense of weary obligation—this poet, fiction writer...

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