Always coming home / Ursula K. LeGuin ; Brian Attebery, editor.
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- ISBN: 9781598536034
- ISBN: 1598536036
- Physical Description: 826 pages : illustrations, maps ; 21 cm.
- Edition: Author's expanded edition.
- Publisher: New York : Library of America, 2019.
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A master builder of faraway, fantastic worlds, Ursula K. Le Guin, at mid-career, found in her native California the inspiration for what was to be her greatest literary construction: nothing less than an entire ethnography of a future society, the Kesh, living in a post-apocalyptic Napa Valley. This Library of America edition of her 1985 classic Always Coming Home, prepared in close consultation with the author, features new material added by Le Guin just before her death, including for the first time the complete text of the novella-within-the-novel, Dangerous People. With evocative illustrations by artist Margaret Chodos-Irvine, and Le Guin's own hand-drawn maps, the cumulative effect is, in the words of Samuel R. Delany, "Le Guin's most consistently lyric and luminous book."
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