Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Ursula K LeGuin

[Wikipedia] b.1929

Rocannon's World, 1966
Planet of Exile, 1966
City of Illusions, 1967
A Wizard of Earthsea, 1968 (Harvard, Hitchers)
The Tombs of Atuan, 1971 (Harvard, Hitchers)
The Farthest Shore, 1972 (Harvard)
Tehanu: The Last Book of Earthsea, 1990
Earthsea quartet (Hitchers)
The Other Wind, 2001
Tales from Earthsea (2001 stories)
The Left Hand of Darkness, 1969 (Bloom, Madison-61, cPunch, bPyramid-395)
The Dispossessed: An Ambiguous Utopia, 1974 (Utne, cPunch, Hitchers, bPyramid-469)
The Word for World is Forest, 1976
Four Ways to Forgiveness (1995 stories)
Worlds of Exile and Illusion, 1996
The Telling, 2000
The Lathe of Heaven, 1971
The Eye of the Heron, 1978
Malafrena, 1979
The Beginning Place, 1980
Always Coming Home, 1985
The Wind's Twelve Quarters (1975 stories)
Orsinian Tales (1976 stories)
The Compass Rose (1982 stories)
Buffalo Gals, and Other Animal Presences (1987 stories)
Searoad (1991 stories)
A Fisherman of the Inland Sea (1994 stories)
Unlocking the Air and Other Stories (1996 stories)
The Birthday of the World (2002 stories)
Changing Planes (2003 stories)
Catwings (1988 kids)
Catwings Return (1989 kids)
Wonderful Alexander and the Catwings (1994 kids)
Jane on her Own (1999 kids)
Gifts (2004 kids)
Voices (2006 kids)
A Very Long Way from Anywhere Else (1976 kids)
Leese Webster (1979 kids)
The Beginning Place (1980 kids)
Solomon Leviathan's Nine Hundred and Thirty-First Trip Around the World (1984 kids)
A Visit from Dr. Katz (1988 kids)
Fire and Stone (1989 kids)
Fish Soup (1992 kids)
A Ride on the Red Mare's Back (1992 kids)
Tom Mouse (2002 kids)
The Language of the Night (1979 nonfiction)
Dancing at the Edge of the World (1989 nonfiction)
Revisioning Earthsea (1992 nonfiction)
Steering the Craft (1998 nonfiction)
The Wave in the Mind (2004 nonfiction)
Wild Angels (1975 poems)
Hard Words and Other Poems (1981 poems)
Wild Oats and Fireweed (1988 poems)
Going Out with Peacocks and Other Poems (1994 poems)
Sixty Odd: New Poems (1999 poems)
Incredible Good Fortune (2006 poems)

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