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The Bingo Palace by Louise Erdrich
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Jul 13, 2010

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Read in January, 1999

Too real, too close: the sense of ennui and all the relatives, and on the reservation, they are all relatives, and they need attending to. The story is probably like a poem that needs to be reread to be fully appreciated. Maybe I have known too many bingo players, and how all in their immediate life goes to the wayside to get to the evening game. The title is right on.

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