Author: Ursula Le Guin
Original language: English
NB! Has to be corrected according to russian translation (http://lib.rus.ec/b/69991).
“The Day Before the Revolution” won the Nebula Award for the best science-fiction short story of 1974. Ursula’s The Dispossessed won the Nebula Award and the Hugo Award for the best novel of 1974. The Le Guin award-winning spree began with her 1969 novel The Left Hand of Darkness, which won both the Nebula and Hugo awards and to my mind did more to exploit the potential of the science-fiction novel than anything published to that time; and it continued with her Hugo novella of 1971, “The Word for World Is Forest,” her Hugo short story of 1973, “The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas, and the 1973 National Book Award in children’s literature for her novel The Farthest Shore. Ursula comes naturally to writing and science: her mother was an author, her father an anthropologist; her husband is a Portland State College professor of French history, and she herself, besides her family of three children, possesses an advanced degree in French and Italian Renaissance literature. The story that follows is cut from the same fictional tapestry as The Dispossessed.
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