A Wizard of Earthsea Pdf By Ursula K. Le Guin is a fantasy novel published by Parnassus in 1968. It is widely regarded as a classic of children’s literature. The book’s story is set in the fictional archipelago of Earthsea and focuses on a young mage named Ged, born in a village on the island of Gont.

He displays excellent power while still a boy and joins a school of magic, where his prickly nature drives him into conflict with a fellow student.

During a magical contest, Ged’s spell goes wrong and releases a shadow monster that attacks him.

The novel imitates Ged’s journey as he tries to be free of the beast.

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The book has often been portrayed as a Bildungsroman, or coming-of-age story, focusing on Ged’s process of learning to deal with death. The novel also conveys Taoist themes about a total balance in the universe of Earthsea, which wizards are assumed to maintain, firmly tied to the notion that language and names have the power to transform the material world and change this balance.

The story’s structure is similar to that of a traditional epic.

However, critics have also called it upsetting this genre in many ways, such as making the protagonist dark-skinned instead of more typical white-skinned.

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Get this Pdf eBook to reade the interesting story of Ged, who was the greatest wizard in Earthsea, but in his youth, he was the heedless Sparrowhawk. He tampered with long-held secrets and loosed a terrible shadow upon the world in his desire for more knowledge and power. 

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Author Ursula K. Le Guin
Illustrator Ruth Robbins
Country United States
Language English
Series Earthsea
Genre Fantasy, Bildungsroman
Published 1968
Publisher Parnassus Press
Pages 205 (first edition)
Format Pdf
Pdf File Size 400 Kb

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