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She worked mainly in the genres of fantasy and science fiction , and authored children's books, short stories, poetry, and essays. Her writing was first published in the s and often depicted futuristic or imaginary alternative worlds in politics, the natural environment , gender, religion, sexuality, and ethnography. In , The New York Times described her as "America's greatest living science fiction writer", [2] although she said that she would prefer to be known as an "American novelist".

She developed a successful career as an author: Ursula had three older brothers, Karl , Theodore, and Clifton. Le Guin would later use Oppenheimer as the model for her protagonist in The Dispossessed. Le Guin's reading included science fiction and fantasy: She was fond of myths and legends, particularly Norse mythology , and of Native American legends that her father would narrate. Other authors she enjoyed were Lord Dunsany and Lewis Padgett.

The piece was rejected, and she did not submit anything else for another ten years. Le Guin attended Berkeley High School. They got married in Paris a few months later. According to Le Guin, the marriage signaled the "end of the doctorate" for her. Le Guin's writing career began in the late s, but the time she spent caring for her children constrained her writing schedule.

She served on the editorial boards of the journals Paradoxa and Science Fiction Studies , in addition to writing literary criticism herself. Le Guin died on January 22, , at her home in Portland, Oregon at the age of Her son stated that she had been in poor health for several months. He gave no specific cause for her death, [9] but said it was likely that she had had a heart attack. She was survived by her husband Charles and her three children. Le Guin's first published work was the poem "Folksong from the Montayna Province" in , while her first short story was "An die Musik", in ; both were set in her fictional country of Orsinia.

Some of her poetry from this period was published in in the volume Wild Angels. Two more Hainish novels, Planet of Exile and City of Illusions were published in and , respectively, and the three books together would come to be known as the Hainish trilogy.

These books received more critical attention than Le Guin's short stories, with reviews being published in several science fiction magazines, but the critical response was still muted.

Le Guin's next two books brought her sudden and widespread critical acclaim. A Wizard of Earthsea , published in , was a fantasy novel written initially for teenagers. Her next novel, The Left Hand of Darkness , was a Hainish Universe story exploring themes of gender and sexuality on a fictional planet where humans have no fixed sex.

Le Guin continued to develop themes of equilibrium and coming-of-age in the next two installments of the Earthsea series, The Tombs of Atuan and The Farthest Shore , published in and , respectively. Scholar Charlotte Spivack described it as representing a shift in Le Guin's science fiction towards discussing political ideas. Le Guin published a variety of work in the second half of the s. Though the latter two were set in the fictional country of Orsinia, the stories were realistic fiction rather than fantasy or science fiction.

Between , when she published Malafrena , and , when the collection A Fisherman of the Inland Sea was released, Le Guin wrote primarily for a younger audience. This latter work, described as "her great experiment", included a story told from the perspective of a young protagonist, but also included poems, rough drawings of plants and animals, myths, and anthropological reports from the matriarchal society of the Kesh, a fictional people living in the Napa valley after a catastrophic global flood.

Le Guin returned to the Hainish Cycle in the s after a lengthy hiatus with the publication of a series of short stories, beginning with " The Shobies' Story " in All of the stories explored freedom and rebellion within a slave society.

From onwards several collections and anthologies of Le Guin's work were published. A series of her stories from the period — was released in in the collection The Birthday of the World and Other Stories , along with the novella Paradises Lost.

Other works from this period included Lavinia , based on a character from Virgil 's Aeneid , [68] and the Annals of the Western Shore trilogy, consisting of Gifts , Voices , and Powers Le Guin was influenced by fantasy writers, including J. Tolkien , by science fiction writers, including Philip K. Le Guin exploits the creative flexibility of the science fiction and fantasy genres to undertake thorough explorations of dimensions of both social and psychological identity and of broader cultural and social structures.

In doing so, she draws on sociology , anthropology , and psychology , leading some critics to categorize her work as soft science fiction. The future is a safe, sterile laboratory for trying out ideas in, a means of thinking about reality, a method. Being so thoroughly informed by social science perspectives on identity and society, Le Guin treats race and gender quite deliberately. The majority of her main characters are people of color, a choice made to reflect the non-white majority of humans, and one to which she attributes the frequent lack of character illustrations on her book covers.

Le Guin's father was director of the University of California Museum of Anthropology , where Ishi was studied and worked as a research assistant.

Her mother wrote the bestseller Ishi in Two Worlds. Le Guin's writing notably employs the ordinary actions and transactions of everyday life, clarifying how these daily activities embed individuals in a context of relation to the physical world and to one another. For example, the engagement of the main characters with the everyday business of looking after animals, tending gardens and doing domestic chores is central to the novel Tehanu. Themes of Jungian psychology also are prominent in her writing.

For example Le Guin's Hainish Cycle , a series of novels encompassing a loose collection of societies, of various related human species, that exist largely in isolation from one another, providing the setting for her explorations of intercultural encounter. The Left Hand of Darkness , The Dispossessed and The Telling all consider the consequences of contact between different worlds and cultures.

Unlike those in much mainstream science fiction, Hainish Cycle civilization does not possess reliable human faster-than-light travel , but does have technology for instantaneous communication.

The social and cultural impact of the arrival of Ekumen envoys known as "mobiles" on remote planets, and the culture shock that the envoys experience, constitute major themes of The Left Hand of Darkness.

Le Guin's concept has been borrowed explicitly by several other well-known authors, to the extent of using the name of the communication device the " ansible ". In Paradises Lost , the people of a spaceship several generations into the voyage to a new colony-world are saved by a female interstellar navigator, an archetypal role typically reserved for men.

Elizabeth McDowell states in her master's thesis that Le Guin "identif[ies] the present dominant socio-political American system as problematic and destructive to the health and life of the natural world, humanity, and their interrelations". All of these works center on ideas regarding socio-political organization and value-system experiments in both utopias and dystopias. In addition to her fiction, Le Guin's book Out Here: Poems and Images from Steens Mountain Country , a collaboration with artist Roger Dorband, is a clear environmental testament to the natural beauty of that area of Eastern Oregon.

Helens following the eruption. Le Guin's feelings towards anarchism were closely tied to her Taoist beliefs and both ideas appear in her work. Its ideas come from the Pacifist Anarchist tradition — Kropotkin etc. So did some of the ideas of the so-called counterculture of the sixties and seventies.

It is an ideal without which we couldn't go on. If you are asking me is anarchism at this point a practical movement, well, then you get in the question of where you try to do it and who's living on your boundary? Le Guin has been credited with helping to popularize anarchism as her work "rescues anarchism from the cultural ghetto to which it has been consigned [and] introduces the anarchist vision Few of Le Guin's major works have been adapted for film or television.

Her novel The Lathe of Heaven has been adapted twice: In a interview, she said she considers the adaptation as "the only good adaptation to film" of her work to date. In the early s animator and director Hayao Miyazaki asked permission to create an animated adaptation of Earthsea. However, Le Guin, who was unfamiliar with his work and anime in general, turned down the offer. Years later, after seeing My Neighbor Totoro , she reconsidered her refusal, believing that if anyone should be allowed to direct an Earthsea film, it should be Hayao Miyazaki.

While she was positive about the aesthetic of the film, writing that "much of it was beautiful", [97] she took great issue with its re-imagining of the moral sense of the books and greater focus on physical violence. In modern fantasy literary or governmental , killing people is the usual solution to the so-called war between good and evil. My books are not conceived in terms of such a war, and offer no simple answers to simplistic questions.

Reviewer Jack Helbig at the Chicago Reader wrote that the "adaptation is intelligent and well crafted but ultimately unsatisfying", in large measure because it is extremely difficult to compress a complex page novel into a two-hour stage presentation.

Le Guin was highly critical of the adaptation, calling it a "far cry from the Earthsea I envisioned", objecting both to the use of white actors for her red, brown, or black-skinned characters, and to the way she was "cut out of the process". The play opened May 2, , and ran until June 16, , in Portland, Oregon. The Left Hand of Darkness was aired as two hour-long episodes, and Earthsea as six half-hour episodes. In early Le Guin's award winning novel The Left Hand of Darkness was picked up by Critical Content, a production company formerly known as Relativity Television, to be produced as a television limited series.

Le Guin was to serve as a consulting producer on the project. The card was mailed on January 17, , five days before her death. Film-maker Arwen Curry began production on a documentary about Le Guin in , filming "dozens" of hours of interviews with the author as well as many other writers and artists who have been inspired by her. Curry launched a successful crowdfunding campaign to finish the documentary in early after winning a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

In April the U. Library of Congress made Le Guin a Living Legend in the "Writers and Artists" category for her significant contributions to America's cultural heritage. The panel said that Le Guin "has inspired four generations of young adults to read beautifully constructed language, visit fantasy worlds that inform them about their own lives, and think about their ideas that are neither easy nor inconsequential".

That year she was also named the sixth Gandalf Award Grand Master of fantasy. Le Guin won dozens of annual "year's best" literary awards. The Dispossessed won the Locus, Nebula, and Hugo. Writings About Life and Books, — Le Guin has written fiction and nonfiction works for audiences including children, adults, and scholars.

Her most notable works are listed here. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Le Guin. Charles Le Guin m. Once I learned to read, I read everything. I adored Kipling's Jungle Book. And then when I got older I found Lord Dunsany.

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