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Monday, March 21, 2011

Ursula K. Le Guin on Equilibrium

Le Guin on equilibrium

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The quotation at the top of the graphic above sets forth the central idea in the Earthsea books of Ursula K. Le Guin. (The books have a fine narrative structure, solid characters, and a good plot, besides this central idea.)

Although Le Guin is a self-professed Taoist, not a Christian, I don't think a Christian should have any serious quarrel with the idea of Equilibrium, as expressed by the wizard Ged, the main character in the Earthsea books.

The photo in the graphic was taken by me, in the Madison River Valley of Montana.

I have recently posted more on The Farthest Shore.

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