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Future Home of the Living God

BY Louise Erdrich

PAGES 267

GENRE Sci-Fi

IF REAL LIFE SEEMS TO BE tipping further toward dystopia lately, it makes sense that art would follow—even for a novelist as earthbound and richly humanist as

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