Books Like Fleur by Louise Erdrich | Suggested Reading

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Erdrich's Tracks (1988), which focuses on the lives of the Nanapush and Kashpaw families between 1912 and 1924, is the ideal work to read after "Fleur." In it, the reader will discover what happens to Fleur and how the story of her experience in Argus fits into her life on the Turtle Mountain Reservation.

A Yellow Raft in Blue Water (1987), by Erdrich's estranged and late husband Michael Dorris, is a compelling novel about three generations of Native American women.

Harpers Anthology of 20th Century Native American Poetry (1988), edited by Duane Niatum, is an excellent collection of Native American poetry.

Erdrich's Four Souls (2004) is the sequel to Tracks, following Fleur Pillager's dramatic quest for justice after she leaves the Turtle Mountain Reservation for Minneapolis in 1919.

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