Orsinian Tales
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Orsinian Tales

by Ursula K. Le Guin
Release date: 1976
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: fantasy, mainstream, short stories

Romance, murder, freedom, blood-sacrifice, the terrors of tyranny and the insatiable need for human love, these are just some of the eternal themes dealt with in this richly varied collection of stories. Gliding back and forth in time, here is an imaginary country inhabited by imaginary people whose hopes, fears, passions and despairs are brought vividly to life by Ursula Le Guin's brilliant power of perception and sensitivity.

Now, for the first time, this award-winning author brings to mainstream fiction the same virtuosity and vaulting imagination that won her such an exalted place in the realm of science fiction.

(updated 2018-01-06)

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