LaRose - Pages 1 – 75 Summary & Analysis

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“Two Houses: 1999-2000”

The first chapter of “Two Houses: 1999-2000 is entitled “The Door.”The chapter introduces Landreaux Iron, a devout Catholic and North Dakota Ojibwe Indian who works as a physical therapy assistant, personal care assistant, and who is training as a dialysis technician. Landreaux goes hunting for deer along the edge of his land as he always does. Landreaux’s wife is Emmaline, who is even more devout than he is. They have five children: Hollis, Snow, Josette, Willard (known as “Coochy”), and the youngest, LaRose. The children of the Iron family are friends with the kids on the land next door belonging to Peter Ravich. Ravich’s son Dusty is best friends with LaRose. LaRose is named after other LaRoses in the Iron family, going back generations. Landreaux fires at a buck, but the buck bolts. Landreaux then realizes he has...

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