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    In literary terms, the climax is the turning point in the story, the place where the rising action peaks before turning into the falling action. Opinions vary as to where the climax occurs in...

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    Hello! You asked about traumatic experience and how to survive/respond to trauma in the novel 'Tracks.' I would like to suggest that the novel relates a few different ways to deal with trauma. I...

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    Louise Erdrich has written several novels which are set in the same place and share many of the same characters. Tracks is one of these novels. The story is told from the point of view of two...

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    Tracks has a few themes. One is a theme of religion. The second is the narration theme because there are to different narrators with totally different styles. The third is that of insanity.

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    The reason that Fleur gets raped is that she is a relatively powerless woman in the highly structured Chippewa's patriarchal society. In this culture, women are often viewed as both sexual objects...

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