What Does Embracing My Inner Scholar Mean?

I just found the answer!

In future posts I probably will go on and on about this.

But am giving you a break: 3 steps:

  1. READ this link:

http://www.slate.com/articles/arts/books/2012/11/ursula_le_guin_s_the_unreal_and_the_real_collected_stories_reviewed.3.html

2. READ Ursula Le Guin. Not just at her own website: Ursula Le Guin

But ALL / ANY of her works. (Spoiler Alert: Fair Warning: She makes you think)

3. Do come back to this blog to

  • Opine
  • Read
  • Engage in dialog

Postscript: I was lucky enough to meet Ursula Le Guin! More about her at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ursula_K._Le_Guin

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About semiophile2010

word lover, meaning maniac, bilingual with metalingual interests, sometimes potter, poet, playwright, writer, mover to music, always a pontificator.
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2 Responses to What Does Embracing My Inner Scholar Mean?

  1. couldn’t agree with you more about Le Guin. A great writer who embraces and encourages thought. Enjoying the poetry by the way.

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