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Ursula Le Guin

Summary: Essay shows how Ursula Le Guin impresses us on the passage when Sparrowhawk confronts the Dragons in "A Wizard of Earth Sea."
People usually describe dragons as mighty creatures. Form Le Guin's point of view dragons are also wise and very dangerous creatures. She told us in the passage when Ged confronted them.

Ultimately a lot of villagers were eaten, ` the hunger of the dragon is slow to wake, but hard to sate.' Therefore Ged decided to confront with the Dragons in order to save the villagers. The old Dragon spawned, there are now nine dragons. That impresses us even more as now he had to confront lots of them. Ged had the confidence in his own ability to confront so many of these powerful creatures. There was a huge power hidden in Sparrowhawk.

Young dragons were no problem for Ged. He was aware of that even before the confrontation started `he laughed and shouted, "Go tell the Old one to come, you wind-worm!" ' SparrowHawk impresses us...

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