Additional Resources for Love Medicine by Louise Erdrich

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Miriam Berkley, in an interview in Publishers Weekly, August 15, 1986, pp. 58-9

Erdrich describes to Berkley how her many Jobs have provided rich experiences from which to draw to create believable characters and their lives.

Robert Bly, in a revIew in New York Times Book Review, August 31, 1982, p. 2.

Poet Bly describes Erdrich's unique approach to telling a story through characters who speak at any time and in any place.

Victoria Brehm, "The Metamorphoses of an Ojibwa Manido,"' American Literature. A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography, Vol. 68, No.4, December, 1996, pp. 677-706

Brelim discusses Erdrich's use of Native American mythology, specifically the figure of the water god, Micipijiu.

D. J R Bruckner, in a review in The New York Times, December 20, 1984, p C21.

Bruckner applauds the lyrical quality of Love Medicine and Erdrich's rich characters

Allan and Nancy Feyl Chavkin, eds , in Conversations with Louise Erdrich and...

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