Tracks (Novel) by Louise Erdrich

Make an argument examining how two or more of the characters in Tracks wield power in their lives. How do race/ethnicity, class, gender, and social/historical/cultural contexts shape the ways they rebel against (or conform to) assigned roles? To what extent do these characters have agency (the ability to act or to do; power/control; role of subject rather than object)? How do they move from object to subject? Do they? How is their ability to do so constrained by specific contexts, and what are some of the effects of these constraints? Consider their experiences in the context of both European (white) culture and Native American culture

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