URSULA LE GUIN – WALKING IN CORNWALL
This is a new, colour edition of a poetry book by the American author Ursula Le Guin published in the mid-1970s, Walking In Cornwall. The poems are about a visit to Cornwall in the West of England that Le Guin made with her family.
Walking In Cornwall is illustrated in full colour with paintings by contemporary Cornish artists Paul Lewin and Paul Evans, and includes images of some of the places described in Ursula Le Guin’s poems.
Born in 1929 in Berkeley, California, Ursula Le Guin is the daughter of the writer Theodora Kroeber and anthropologist Alfred Kroeber. She studied at Radcliffe College and Columbia University. Since 1958, Le Guin has lived in Portland, Oregon, with her husband Charles Le Guin, whom she married in Paris in 1953. She has three children, and three grandchildren.
Ursula Le Guin has written novels, poetry, children’s books, essays and translations. Le Guin’s most well-known works are her Earthsea fantasies, and her science ﬁction novels, such as The Left Hand of Darkness, The Dispossessed and Always Coming Home. She also has eleven collections of short stories, six poetry books, and eleven books for children (including the Catwings books). Le Guin’s books have received the National Book Award, ﬁve Hugo Awards, ﬁve Nebula Awards and the Kafka Award, among many others, and have been ﬁnalists for the Pulitzer Prize and American Book Award.
Illustrations and bibliography. This edition is in full colour.
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