Louise Erdrich - The Round House manuscript
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Collection contains one typewritten manuscript with handwritten edits.
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Louise Erdrich is an American writer born in 1954. Her work includes poetry, children's books, and several award-winning novels. She studied English at Dartmouth College from 1972-1976 and earned her Master of Arts in writing from John Hopkins University in 1979. Erdrich's Native American heritage is featured prominently in her writing; several of her novels are set on reservations with stories centered on Native American characters. Her novel, The Round House, is exemplary of these traits. The work was published in 2012 and is the recipient of the National Book Award for Fiction.
1 box (0.5 linear feet)
Collection contains an edited draft of Erdrich's book, The Round House.
Mezz (R67, D7, S7)
The manuscript was anonymously donated to the Upper Midwest Literary Archives in 2014.
The collection was processed and the finding aid written by Kathryn Hujda, 2014, with generous support from Creative Heritage Initiative donors.
- Louise Erdrich - The Round House manuscript
- Kathryn Hujda
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