A wise chieftain of the Obijwa tribe.
Prepared to fool the "white man" with his magic.
A wise trickster who had a way with the ladies.
Powerful as a bear, like the original Nanabozho.
Convince her to reunite with her mother, Fleur.
Punish her for leaving the reservation to go to school.
Convince her that Pauline's story was untrue.
Persuade her to marry Morrissey.
Lulu "had" his nose.
Fleur drowned three times, but always survived.
Fleur had been molested by him.
Lulu's last name meant "of the lake."
Were orphaned as toddlers.
Married Eli Kashpaw.
Had been molested by Napoleon Morrissey.
Worked in a butcher shop
Her daughter, Marie.
First person, narrative.
Third person, omniscient.
Second person, narrative.
Third person, limited.
First person narrative style
Multiple narrative style
Native American cultural base.
A Native American politician.
Chief of the Obijwa clan.
A Native American author.
Her most significant literary influence.