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The Round House by Louise Erdrich (NEA Big Read)

This guide is designed in support of ASU's NEA Big Read Phoenix programming. Inspired by The Round House by Anishinaabe author Louise Erdrich, the NEA Big Read: Phoenix features over 25 talks, workshops, book clubs, performances, art exhibitons and other

Summary Regarding Erdrich-Authored Books

Since 1984 Louise Erdrich has authored or co-authored and had published 36 books. That figure includes three limited press or non-commercial titles (Commemorative, Route 2 and Winter Reader, 2003-2004) as well as three revised versions of the novel Love Medicine and two of the novel The Antelope Wife.

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