[LMB] [stirling] Oh, for pity's sake, Ursula!
WILLIAM A WENRICH
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Mon Oct 10 04:47:50 BST 2016
I loved Left Hand of Darkness and hated Dispossessed. To each her own.
As for "The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas", to my mind, the only proper
actions by those who walk away (if they survive of course) is to either
spread the secret far and wide and cause as much stink as possible or to
come back and turn Omelas into smoking rubble.
There seems to be a trend to totally dismiss any question of morality by
saying "that is their culture, all cultures are equal, therefore you mustn't
criticize. I side with the British in suppressing suttee. Of course it you
Google "Suttee" you will find that suppression labeled "Cultural
William A Wenrich
Christian, Husband, Father, Grandfather, Son, American -- Here I stand. I
can do no other. God help me!
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Subject: Re: [LMB] [stirling] Oh, for pity's sake, Ursula!
AND - if I had to pick the cream of LeGuin's crop and lad limited shelf
space or budget, I'd get LEFT HAND OF DARKNESS and THE DISPOSSESSED in a
classy hardbound format, to go with my copies of DUNE and THE FOUNDATION
TRILOGY. Alas, Buns & Noodles has never though to offer LeGuin among their
s/f Pretentiously Bound s/f works. Bradbury, yes. Lovecraft, yes. Could it
be, as she said, that (cue ominous music
here) she is a (gasp, horrors, oh, yick, cooties) ....*woman*?!?!?
Well, maybe back in the day.
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Mathews mathews55 at msn.com [stirling] <stirling at yahoogroups.com>
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Subject: [stirling] Oh, for pity's sake, Ursula!
It seems she's come down with Margaret Atwood's Disease. It only hits the
bright and arrogant, alas. She mus have been hanging around the NYT crowd
too long without immunity.
Ursula Le Guin Has Earned a Rare Honor. Just Don't Call Her a Sci-Fi
The 86-year-old author will become one of the few living writers recognized
by the Library of America, and she did it on her terms.
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