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    Individuality” What is Love medicine? Love Medicine is a fiction novel by Louise Erdrich. The book is based on Native American stories, which cover three generations, fifty years, several families, and there are many relationships. Love Medicine is a collection of short fiction stories of “people that are living on Chippewa reservation in North Dakota”. Louise Erdrich makes the story with use of flashback. Love Medicine is not on particularly one theme but there are some

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    My Love For Medicine

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    to pursue medicine. These include having a potentially cancerous mole on my ankle at the age of three, my love for science and academics beginning in elementary school, the desire to help people, giving back to the community, and to be a role model for others in the pursuit of their own dreams. Although not one of these experiences in itself led to my pursuit of medicine, I believe they all have influenced me in a way that compelled me to obtain a greater desire for the study of medicine. Had one

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    My Love Of Medicine

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    have admired and respected doctors and decided to become a passionate doctor myself. My love of medicine grew with me day by day until I finally enrolled in the medical school. During my study at medical school, I took every opportunity I had to increase my depth of knowledge, strengthen my clinical skills, and develop professionally with the goal of becoming an excellent doctor. I enjoyed learning medicine and I actively participated in case presentations, as well as research activities. Even as

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    Love Medicine is a compelling story of love, power, and pride. Its’ collection of characters all tell there own story offering different opinions and views. This variety makes the story very interesting. The reader gets to know each character very personally because of all the different views. Many of the same events are described differently by each character, as expected. But this variance allows the reader to draw his own conclusions and affords the opportunity to know the personality of everyone

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    Louise Erdrich’s book, Love Medicine is said to be an authentic narration when it comes to Native American life. This essay looks at the similarities between the love triangle that is depicted in Erdrich’s novel, along with the male-female relationships which are described in Ruth Landes ethnographic study of Ojibwe women and gender, which was first published in 1938 (Introduction). Parallels between the two books certainly exist. One is even able to substitute the characters of Nector Kashpaw, Marie

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    People can be quick to judge others without knowing the struggles and challenges they have faced. In the novel Love Medicine by Louise Erdrich, the characters are quick to judge June Kashpaw without understanding the challenges she has faced and her resilience against these challenges. The author uses her homeland, culture, family, physical description, psychological profile and her relationship with others to allow the readers to see a resilient and positive side of June Kashpaw. The author allows

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    In the story, “Love Medicine”, the author, Louisa Eldrich, uses symbols and the Turkey heart is representative of many things presented in the story; Such as Grandpa’s outlook on life, his relationship with Grandpa, Lulu and his battle with Alzheimer’s. The turkey hearts represent grandpa's outlook on life. Grandpa's outlook on life regarding his relationship with Grandma is that he didn't want a second chance. There was no romance between them anymore. He did not find Grandma pretty anymore

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    Literary elements appear in all exceptional literature, they are what helps build a strong story. There are many literary elements visible in Love Medicine by Louise Erdrich. In the novel there are elements such as foreshadowing, tone, several examples of symbolism, and several major themes. In Love Medicine foreshadowing is demonstrated several times throughout the novel. In the second scene Albertine Johnson describes her family by saying, “Patient Abuse. There was two ways you could think of

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    Medicine and I were not really love at first sight. In fact, medicine would dress up as an Oncologist and drop me off to school every morning, but still no love. If anything, I hated it since I would see sick and sad people as I would wait on my father to finish his clinic on our way home. To me these patients were nothing more than a hurdle between me and my Nintendo and Sega. It was during one of those traffic jams on our way home that my emotions boiled over and I blurted out, “What is it that

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    In the novels Love Medicine by Louise Erdrich and The Way to Rainy Mountain by N. Scott Momaday, the reader gains views of Native American culture, both past and present, through two disparate means of delivery. Both authors provide immensely rich portrayals through varying literary devices in efforts to bring about a better understanding of problems contemporary Native Americans face, especially regarding their own self-identity. The story of Love Medicine revolves around a central character

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