Tag Archives: Simcha Fisher

Day 21. U is for Ursula K. Le Guin

I started reading Le Guin’s novel, The Dispossessed yesterday. As I am only three chapters in, these thoughts will likely be a bit scattershot. – This is shaping up to be the most political of Le Guin’s novels that I’ve … Continue reading

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Patriarchy! etc.

I don’t care for an attitude that is purely reactionary. Not necessarily because some things need to be strongly reacted against, but because I’ve seen so many people fall into error in the attempt to avoid error. Or at least, … Continue reading

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