Tales from Earthsea

Category: Book
By (author): Le Guin, Ursula K.
Series: Earthsea Cycle
Subject:  FICTION / Fantasy / General
  YOUNG ADULT FICTION / Classics
  YOUNG ADULT FICTION / Fantasy / General
  YOUNG ADULT FICTION / General
Audience: young adult
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Published: September 2012
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 416
Size: 8.25in x 5.50in x 1.03in
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From The Publisher*The tales of this book, as Ursula K. Le Guin writes in her introduction, explore or extend the world established by her first four Earthsea novels. Yet each stands on its own.

"The Finder," a novella set a few hundred years before A Wizard of Earthsea, presents a dark and troubled Archipelago and shows how some of its customs and institutions came to be. "The Bones of the Earth" features the wizards who taught the wizard who first taught Ged and demonstrates how humility, if great enough, can contend with an earthquake. "Darkrose and Diamond" is a delightful story of young courtship showing that wizards sometimes pursue alternative careers. "On the High Marsh" tells of the love of power-and of the power of love. "Dragonfly" shows how a determined woman can break the glass ceiling of male magedom.

Concluding with an account of Earthsea's history, people, languages, literature, and magic, this collection also features two new maps of Earthsea.

From The Publisher*An exciting re-launch of the classic Earthsea Cycle, by fantasy literature legend Ursula K. Le Guin, winner of a Newbery Honor, the National Book Award, Pushcart Prize, and six Nebula Awards.
Review Quote*"The magic of Earthsea is primal; the lessons of Earthsea remain as potent, as wise, and as necessary as anyone could dream."--Neil Gaiman, author of The Sandman  "New and longtime Earthsea fans will be drawn to these impressive new editions."-Horn Book
Biographical NoteURSULA K. LE GUIN is the author of more than three dozen books. She was awarded a Newbery Honor for the second volume of the Earthsea Cycle, The Tombs of Atuan, and among her other distinctions are the Margaret A. Edwards Award, a National Book Award, and six Nebula Awards. She lives in Portland, Oregon.
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