Tracks: A Novel by Louise ErdrichTracks: A Novel by Louise Erdrich

Tracks: A Novel

byLouise Erdrich

Paperback | August 29, 2017

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From award-winning, New York Times bestselling author Louise Erdrich comes an arresting, lyrical novel set in North Dakota when Native Americans were fighting to keep their lands.

Set in North Dakota at a time in the past century when Indian tribes were struggling to keep what little remained of their lands, Tracks is a tale of passion and deep unrest. Over the course of ten crucial years, as tribal land and trust between people erode ceaselessly, men and women are pushed to the brink of their endurance—yet their pride and humor prohibit surrender.

The reader will experience shock and pleasure in encountering characters that are compelling and rich in their vigor, clarity, and indomitable vitality.

“The author captures the passions, fears, myths, and doom of a living people, and she does so with an ease that leaves the reader breathless.”The New Yorker

Louise Erdrich is the author of fourteen novels as well as volumes of poetry, short stories, children's books, and a memoir of early motherhood. Her novelThe Round Housewon the 2012 National Book Award. She lives in Minnesota, where she owns the bookstore Birchbark Books.
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Title:Tracks: A NovelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.58 inPublished:August 29, 2017Publisher:HarperCollins

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0060972459

ISBN - 13:9780060972455

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Set in the early 1900s, Tracks follows a North Dakota Indian tribe and its struggle to keep their land out of the hands of an encroaching white society.

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"A writer of truly extraordinary gifts--imaginative power, acute sensitivity, and unpretentious stylistic grace. At 34, she is completing a cycle of work already marked as a classic." (San Francisco Chronicle)