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Louise Erdrich – The Round House

Louise Erdrich – The Round House

A difficult coming-on-age Summer 1988.  A terrible crime rocks the already difficult lives of an Indian reserve in North Dakota. Joe, the thirteen year-old main character,...

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Ring Lardner – Out of breath

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