Mapping the pop culture influence of Ursula K. Le Guin's 'Earthsea' books
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Unlike some famous authors, the late Ursula K. Le Guin has not given her name to a descriptive adjective. We do not talk about “Le Guin-esque” works the way we might call something Dickensian, but all the same, she has had a remarkable influence on literature and pop culture. Because Le Guin wrote so many different kinds of books, her influence has been diverse. But it is her fantasy series in particular, the cycle of books set across the island-filled world of Earthsea, that have had the most...


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