The Left Hand of Darkness - Chapter 12, On Time and Darkness Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12, On Time and Darkness Summary

This short passage, from the sayings of Tuhulme, the High Priest composed in North Orgoreyn about 900 years ago, refers to Orgota religion, Yomesh, which speaks about Meshe, their god, as being the Center of Time.

Chapter 12, On Time and Darkness Analysis

Yomesh, in stark contrast to the Karhidish religion Handdara, speaks of the world and everything in it as one-sided. He says there can only be good and no evil. There is no room for the duality, as the Handdara advocate.

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