Tag Archives: Ursula K. Le Guin

20 favourite prose fictions

I need to take a break from all the Xenogears-posting. The laziest best change of pace I can think of is to do an update of my previous list of favourite prose fictions, especially given how I’ve spent a lot … Continue reading

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A year in reading – the best of 2014

School is out! Naturally I celebrate with another top ten list, this time of books I read in 2014. Most of these books were not actually published in 2014, so if you were expecting a list of fine reading right … Continue reading

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The Tombs of Atuan

(Yes, I know I am really behind on my Shadow of the Torturer series, but I want to write about this while it is still fresh in my mind) I’ve mainly known Ursula K. Le Guin more for her science … Continue reading

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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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