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Five stories of Ursula K Le Guin's worldrenowned realm of Earthsea are collected in one volume Featuring two classic stories, two original tales, and a brandnew novella, as well as new maps and a special essay on Earthsea's history, languages, literature, and magicThe Finder Darkrose and Diamond The Bones of the EarthOn the High MarshDragonfly Wonderful tiein stories into the world and story of Earthsea.( substantial review next week when I'm off the app) Tales from Earth Sea (The Earthsea Cycle, #5), Ursula K Le GuinTales from Earthsea is a collection of fantasy stories and essays by American author Ursula K Le Guin, published by Harcourt in 2001 It accompanies five novels (1968 to 2001) set in the fictional archipelago Earthsea The Finder The school of magic is established on Roke island.The Bones of the Earth Ogion the Silent deals with an earthquake.Darkrose and Diamond (1999) This features romance between the daughter of a witch and the son of a rich merchant.On the High Marsh A mysterious healer arrives in a remote village with a livestock epidemic.Dragonfly (1998) This is a postscript to the novel Tehanu.تاریخ نخستین خوانش: روز سی ام ماه ژانویه سال 2008میلادیعنوان: دریای زمین کتاب پنج سنجاقک؛ نویسنده: ارسولا کی لوژوان (لگوین)؛ مترجم پیمان اسماعیلیان خامنه؛ ویراستار نیلوفر خانمحمدی؛ تهران، قدیانی، 1386، در 528ص، جلد پنج از مجموعه شش کتاب در شش جلد؛ شابک دوره 9789645365835؛ شابک کتاب پنج 9789645362810؛ موضوع: داستانهای خیال انگیز از نویسندگان امریکایی سده 20مپنج قصه از قلمرو خیالی دریای زمین: یابنده، دل زمین، رز سیاه و دایموند، در گستره ی باتلاق، سنجاقکتاریخ بهنگام رسانی 31/04/1399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی That’s the art, eh? What to say, and when to say it And the rest is silence.” Ursula K Le Guin, Tales from Earthsea Solid A couple of the stories really resonated with me (The Finder, On the High Marsh, Dragonfly) I cried at the end of one, and one made me pause for halfaday chewing on it Overall, I prefer her novels (or novellas) and this showed in this series because I gravitated towards the longer stories Like with Tehanu, Le Guin alters the form She is focused as much on the community as on the mages, witches, and magicians She is looking at community, power, gender, and areas where the page folds, bends, or rips Her magic is found in the ghost notes of fantasy She would rather wander in the woods than travel over the expected trails of fantasy The genre isn't where she creates She creates in people, in weakness, in the humanity of the oppressed AND the oppresser Foreword nonfiction introduction: ★★★☆☆ The Finder School of magic is established (largely by women; or the Women of the Hand) on Roke island: ★★★★★ Darkrose and Diamond Romance between the daughter of a witch and the son of a rich merchant: ★★★★☆ The Bones of the Earth Ogion the Silent deals with an earthquake: ★★★★☆ On the High Marsh Mysterious healer arrives in a remote village with a livestock epidemic: ★★★★★ Dragonfly Postscript to the novel Tehanu: ★★★★★ A Description of Earthsea Fictional reference material*: ★★★☆☆* Most of the story descriptions were lifted/based on the Wikipedia page for Tales from Earthsea. Ursula as wonderful as always.