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Dancing at the Edge of the World by Ursula K. Le Guin
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Jul 07, 11

Read from July 05 to 07, 2011 — I own a copy

As the subtitle suggests, there are multiple subjects at play in these essays, and while I found Leguin's thinking and writing about feminism to be extraordinary, her discussions of narrative intelligent and thought provoking (especially her questioning of conflict as the central motivating force in narrative), I was mostly unimpressed with the writings focusing on place. Therefore, four stars for a book full of five star essays.
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Michael I think I'll read nothing but LeGuin for a while (I mean non-professionally--I probably can't get away with a dissertation filled with LeGuin references).) Almost done with The Wind's Twelve Quarters.


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