Book 5 of the Earthsea series.
Book 5 of the Earthsea series. She glided into the still water landward of the jetty, so sure and graceful a creature of the wind that a couple of townsmen fishing off the old quay cheered her in, waving to the crewmen and the one passenger standing in the prow. He was a thin man with a thin pack and an old black cloak, probably a sorcerer or small tradesman, nobody important.
Le Guin, Ursula - The Other Wind. Sails long and white as swan's wings carried the ship Farflyer through summer air. down the bay from the Armed Cliffs toward Gont Port.
Le Guin, Ursula K. "The Other Wind". "Ursula K. Le Guin and Mariano Martin Rodriguez discuss 'Squaring the Circle' at The Seattle Public Library May 9". Seattle Public Library. Retrieved December 12, 2019. Archived from the original on March 23, 2018. Retrieved March 22, 2018.
For a thin book, 'The Other Wind' has an incredible richness of themes. Until I read Ursula K. Le Guin's new novel, "The Other Wind," it hadn't occurred to me that previous volumes left unresolved the fate of the souls in Earthsea's equivalent of Hades, . Life after death, sacrifice, courage, the varieties of love, redemption, and many others weave together time and again. There are no villains in this story, where much of the action takes place in the heart and the mind. These mournful undead played a prominent role in "The Farthest Shore," where the Archmage Ged and his companion, Arren descended into the underworld to battle an evil mage.
Chapter 1: mending the green pitcher. Sails long and white as swan's wings carried the ship Farflyer through summer air down the bay from the Armed Cliffs toward Gont Port.
Arguably one of the canonical writers of American science fiction, Ursula K. Le Guin was born in Berkeley, Calif. in 1929, the daughter of Alfred L. and Theodora Kroeber.
Часто встречающиеся слова и выражения. Arguably one of the canonical writers of American science fiction, Ursula K. degree from Radcliffe College and an . from Columbia University, Le Guin was awarded a Fulbright fellowship in 1953.