Always Coming Home
Ursula K. Le Guin
A long, long time from now, in the valleys of what will no longer be called Northern California, might be going to have lived a people called the Kesh.
But Always Coming Home is not the story of the Kesh. Rather it is the stories of the Kesh – stories, poems, songs, recipes – Always Coming Home is no less than an anthropological account of a community that does not yet exist, a tour de force of imaginative fiction by one of modern literature’s great voices.
Lyric and luminous . . . a major imaginative vision - The New York Times Book Review An appealing book as well as a masterly one . . . The future world she has created here is awesomely complex - Newsweek The effect it has on the reader is hypnotic . . . Le Guin has chosen a most original way to reveal this imagined land - People
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