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Book Review of The Left Hand of Darkness

Ursula Le Guin’s classic science fiction novel is a re-read for me, but this is the first review I have posted on it. I remember enjoying it in my young adulthood and now – however many years later – it is a delight to find it equally as compelling. 234 more words


'The Matter of Seggri' by Ursula LeGuin

It was a few months ago, when my writing teacher and mentor told me something like: “No, you NEED to read Ursula LeGuin. It’s your type, you’ll love it. 313 more words


Novelist Obliterates The Bundy Militia — And Oregon’s Largest Newspaper — In 194 Words BY RYAN KORONOWSKI JAN 19, 2016 5:03 PM

Award-winning author Ursula K. Le Guin has lived in Oregon for more than half a century, and has regularly visited the region surrounding the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge for 45 years. 386 more words

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The Left Hand of Darkness

Ursula K. Le Guin is the fine wine of science fiction. I suppose this makes Robert Heinlein the light beer, Orson Scott Card the Shirley Temple and Frank Herbert the cheap schnapps of the SciFi universe, respectively. 486 more words

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Ursula K. LeGuin, genellikle Mülksüzler kitabıyla kalır hafızalarda, henüz okumadım ama okumayı iple çektiğim kitaplarından birisi benim için de. Fantastik öykü ve romanları, birçok bilimkurgu eseri vermiş olan yazarın önce üçleme olarak daha sonra bir dördüncü kitap daha yazdığı serinin ilk kitabı … 350 more words


As a real power grows and knowledge widens, ever the way he can follow grows narrower; until at last he chooses nothing, but does only and wholly what he must do. 6 more words


Ursula LeGuin: The Telling

I think I’ve now got to the end of all Ursula LeGuin‘s Hainish stories with a re-read of this novel, which I have to say I don’t think is one of her best, as the plot is a bit thin. 403 more words

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