Left Hand of Darkness

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Ursula K. Le Guin's award-winning, groundbreaking science fiction classic takes us to the world of Winter, and introduces us to its inhabitants, the Gethenians-whose society is not based on gender roles.
Dwayzann X
Wrote 9/16/17


Le Guin is a master in building social scenarios. This is the story of Genly Ai, sent to the icy planet of Gethen to persuade its nations and join a kind of pangalactic ONU. Frankly, I think Genly is more than naive for such a goal. Beside the almost...Continua
Original pero no extraordinario

Si bien la idea del planeta con seres humanos hermafroditas ha sido muy bien desarrollada en el libro, varias partes resultan un poco tediosas y las reacciones de los personajes difíciles de entender. No ha sido un libro que me atrape.

Wrote 8/28/13

Come tanti libri della Le Guin, parte un pò lento. Ma se si ha la perseveranza di portarlo fino in fondo questo libro si rivelerà in tutta la sua potenza e poesia. Finale commovente, da film.

Wrote 7/24/11
After loving the Lathe of Heaven I was recommended to read this one by several people. I have to say it was a little disappointing. I really liked the idea of a planet where there were no gender issues, where people only became sexual beings for part...Continua

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