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Always Coming Home

Ursula K. Le Guin

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S.F. Masterworks, Fiction, Science fiction

An unsung masterpiece from one of fantastic literature's greatest writers.

A long, long time from now, in the valleys of what will no longer be called Northern California, might be going to have lived a people called the Kesh.

But ALWAYS COMING HOME is not the story of the Kesh. Rather it is the stories of the Kesh - stories, poems, songs, recipes - ALWAYS COMING HOME is no less than an anthropological account of a community that does not yet exist, a tour de force of imaginative fiction by one of modern literature's great voices.

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Praise for Always Coming Home

  • Lyric and luminous . . . a major imaginative vision - The New York Times Book Review

  • An appealing book as well as a masterly one . . . The future world she has created here is awesomely complex - Newsweek

  • The effect it has on the reader is hypnotic . . . Le Guin has chosen a most original way to reveal this imagined land - People

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Ursula K. Le Guin

Ursula Kroeber LeGuin, daughter of an anthropologist and an author, was born in California in 1929. She attended college at Radcliffe and Columbia, and married C. A. LeGuin in Paris in 1951. She passed away in January 2018.

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