Shadow Tag - Louise Erdrich

Recently winning the PEN/Saul Bellow Award for Achievement in American Fiction (whose previous winners include Don DeLillo, Philip Roth, and Cormac McCarthy), Louise Erdrich—poet, novelist, memoirist, children’s author, and independent bookstore owner—has established a body of work that few writers can hope to approach. In Shadow Tag, a semi-autobiographical novel, Erdrich writes compassionately but unflinchingly about the many uses and abuses of power and creativity. The harrowing family drama follows the deeply flawed efforts of a husband and wife, artists and intellectuals in Minneapolis, to forge an identity out of their collapsing marriage and the complexities of their Native American heritage, and of their three poignantly drawn children to survive their parents’ passions.

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ISBN: 9780061536106
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Published: Harper Perennial - December 13th, 2016