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Ursula Kroeber Le Guin (/ˈkroʊbər lə ˈɡwɪn/; October 21, 1929 – January 22, 2018) was an American novelist. Her writing depicted futuristic or imaginary alternative worlds in politics, the natural environment, gender, religion, sexuality, and ethnography.[1]

Powers

Metamorphmagus.[2]

Novels

Earthsea fantasy series

  • A Wizard of Earthsea, 1968 (named to the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award list in 1979)
  • Tombs of Atuan, 1971 (Newbery Silver Medal Award)
  • The Farthest Shore, 1972 (National Book Award)
  • Tehanu: The Last Book of Earthsea, 1990 (Nebula Award; Locus Fantasy Award)
  • Tales from Earthsea, 2001 (short stories)
  • The Other Wind, 2001 (World Fantasy Award, 2002)

Hainish science fiction series

  • Rocannon's World, 1966
  • Planet of Exile, 1966
  • City of Illusions, 1967
  • The Left Hand of Darkness, 1969 (Hugo Award; Nebula Award)
  • The Dispossessed, 1974 (Nebula Award; Hugo Award; Locus Award)
  • The Word for World Is Forest, 1976 (Hugo Award, best novella)
  • Four Ways to Forgiveness, 1995 (Four Stories of the Ekumen)
  • The Telling, 2000 (Locus SF Award; Endeavour Award)

Miscellaneous

  • The Lathe of Heaven, 1971 (Locus SF Award)
  • The Wind's Twelve Quarters, 1975
  • Orsinian Tales, 1976
  • The Eye of the Heron, 1978 (first published in the anthology Millennial Women)
  • The Beginning Place, 1980 (also published as Threshold, 1986)
  • The Compass Rose, 1982
  • Always Coming Home, 1985
  • Searoad: Chronicles of Klatsand, 1991
  • The Birthday of the World: and Other Stories, 2002
  • Annals of the Western Shore, 2004–2007 (Powers, the third volume, won the Nebula Award for Best Novel)
  • Lavinia, 2008 (Locus Fantasy Award)

References

  1. Wikipedia:Le Guin
  2. Wikia: Metamorphmagus