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Le Guin's 'Gifts' unwraps questions about the control or misuse of power

"To see that your life is a story while you're in the middle of living it may be a help to living it well," says the young narrator of "Gifts," Ursula K. Le Guin's newest novel for young adults. And underlying the book's themes, including the use and misuse of power, xenophobia, and sight and blindness, are the power and necessity of storytelling.

A review of Gifts by Ursula Le Guin

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