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Peterson, Nancy, "History, Postmodernism, and Louise Erdrich's Tracks," in PMLA, Vol. 109, No. 5, October 1994, pp. 982—94.

Discussing Tracks from the standpoint of postmodern theory, Peterson argues that Erdrich has difficulty bringing Native American history into an epoch in which history and narrative are self-referential and not representational.

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

Stookey's useful companion to Erdrich's novels clarifies and analyzes the relationships and characters in the author's fictional world.

Williams, Terry Tempest, "Facing the World without Land to Call Home: Tracks by Louise Erdrich," in Los Angeles Times, September 11, 1988, Book Review Section, p. 2.

Williams's review praises the detail of Erdrich's novel.

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