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An Ursula K. Le Guin Bibliography: Novels

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Always Coming Home (1985)
Harper & Row 1985; Bantam 1987; U.C. Press 2000

Words from Always Coming Home used in The Way of the Water's Going: Images of the Northern California Coastal Range, photographs by Ernest Waugh and Alan Nicholson and words by Ursula Le Guin (1989)

The Beginning Place (1980)
Harper & Row 1980; Bantam 1981

City of Illusions (1967)
Ace 1967; Harper & Row 1978; republished with Planet of Exile as Worlds of Exile and Illusion (Tor, 1998)

The Dispossessed: An Ambiguous Utopia (1974)
Harper & Row 1974; Avon 1975; PerfectBound 1st Ed. (3/2002; ISBN B000065T53) (an e-book edition; 562K)

Cover Artists: Fred Winkowski

Winner 1974 Nebula Award (Best Novel);
Winner 1975 Hugo Award

The Eye of the Heron (1978)
Anthologized in Millennial Women, edited by Virginia Kidd, 1978;
Issued as an individual book, Harper & Row 1983; Bantam 1983

The Farthest Shore (1972)
Atheneum 1972; Bantam 1975

Four Ways to Forgiveness (1995)
Four interconnected stories, so not really a novel; Le Guin described it as a "story suite") in the foreword to The Birthday of the World.

The Lathe of Heaven (1971)
Scribners 1971; Avon 1972
Nominated for Hugo Award, 1972, novel category

The Left Hand of Darkness (1969)
Walker 1969; Ace 1969; Harper & Row 1980

Cover Artists: Jack Gaughan

Winner, 1970 Hugo Award, novel category
Winner, 1969 Nebula Award (Best Novel)

Malafrena (1979)
Putnam, 1979; Berkeley 1980

The Other Wind (2001)
Harcourt 2001

Planet of Exile (1966)
Ace 1966; Harper & Row 1978; republished with City of Illusion as Worlds of Exile and Illusion (Tor, 1998)

Rocannon's World (1966)
Ace 1966; Harper & Row 1977

Tehanu (1990)
Atheneum 1990; Bantam 1991

The Telling (2000)
Harcourt 2000; Gollancz, October 2001 (ISBN 0-575-07258X)

The Tombs of Atuan (1970)
Atheneum 1970; Bantam 1975; published in Spanish as Las tumbas de Atuan by Lectorum Pubrs (1986; ISBN 8445070525)

Very Far Away from Anywhere Else (1974)
Atheneum, 1976; Bantam, 1978

A Wizard of Earthsea (1968)
Parnassus / Houghton Mifflin 1968; Ace 1970; Atheneum 1991

The Word for World is Forest (1972, 1974, 1976)
1972 in Again, Dangerous Visions, edited by Harlan Ellison; republished 1974 as a book; Putnam, 1976; Berkley, 1976
see Ursulines for Ursula on the writing of this work)

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