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Additional Resources for Bidwell Ghost by Louise Erdrich

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Further Reading

Beidler, Peter, and Gay Barton, A Reader's Guide to The Novels of Louise Erdrich, University of Missouri Press, 1999.

Fans of Erdrich's writing will find this comprehensive
guide useful in untangling the rich complexity
of the plots of her novels.

Bloom, Harold, ed., Native American Woman Writers, Chelsea House Publishers, 1998.

A section of this book contains a brief biography of
Erdrich, followed by excerpts from critical essays
about her works.

Smith, Jeanne Rosier, Writing Tricksters: Mythic Gambols in American Ethnic Literature, University of California Press, 1997.

There are other books that study the magical image
of the trickster in Native American writing, but Smith
uses a large section of her book to apply this concept
to Erdrich's writing in particular.


Stookey, Lorena L., Louise Erdrich: A Critical Companion, Greenwood Press, 1999.

This book focuses on Erdrich's fiction, but the introductory
material about her life and writing style
illustrates her poetic style...

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