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Semley's necklace --
April in Paris --
Masters --
Darkness box --
Word of unbinding --
Rule of names --
Winter's king --
Good trip --
Nine lives --
Things --
Trip to the head --
Vaster than empires and more slow --
Stars below --
Field of vision --
Direction of the road --
Ones who walk away from omelas --
Day before the revolution.
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review by . August 16, 2001
Pros: Marvelously descriptive, imaginative and varied work. Stands up to repeated reads.     Cons: none     The Bottom Line: An intriguing introduction to LeGuin or a great addition for those already hooked on her writing.      Seventeen tales perfect for pondering over on a blustery afternoon from the imaginative mind of Ursula K. LeGuin. For many years I thought the stunning world she offered us in the Earthsea Trilogy was such an enthralling …
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