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Additional Resources for Always Coming Home by Ursula K. Le Guin

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James Bittner, Approaches to the Fiction of Ursula K Le Gum, University of Michigan Research Press, 1984,149 pp A holistic approach to the fiction of Le Gum that does not separate her science fiction from her fantasy Explores all of her major fiction to date in broad terms of visions, praise, myth, and magic.

Robert Crossley, "Pure and Applied Fantasy, or From Faene to Utopia," in The Aesthetics of Fantasy Literature and Art, edited by Roger Schlobm, University of Notre Dame Press, 1982, pp 176-91

Compares how fantasy has changed from absolute imagination like "Aladin's Magic Lamp" to more reality based Utopias in the fiction of William Morris, Frank Balm, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, and Ursula Le Gum Crossley suggests this is a development that shows a maturity in American literature.

Charles Crow, "Homecoming in the California Visionary Romance," Western American Literature, May, 1989, pp. 1-19. Crow explores how descriptions of...

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