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  • Earthsea is different from Middle Earth which is different from the Dying Earth which is different from Bas-Lag.

    SF Fanatic: I Am Not A Fan Of Fantasy, Here's Why

  • A Wizard of Earthsea is the first book in the Earthsea series and as all fantasy series should, it begins with a young wizard, Ged, who knows nothing of magic and the ways of being a wizard, other than his innate ability promising him a career as a great wizard.

    2010 February 10 « The BookBanter Blog

  • Earthsea is great, but I am among the few who prefer the later Earthsea books - "Tehanu", "The Other Wind" and "Tales from Earthsea".

    Gifts by Ursula Le Guin

  • However, her 1968 novel, A Wizard of Earthsea is high, serious fantasy, as compared to the low, broad fantasy of the Harry Potter books, the first one of which I liked, but not the rest.

    The Sudden Curve:

  • Earthsea is about an hour long, and has a variety of sounds.

    Archive 2004-12-01

  • All they intended was to use the name Earthsea, and some of the scenes from the books, in a generic McMagic movie with a meaningless plot based on sex and violence.

    Whitewashed on TV | PopPolitics.com

  • LeGuin is quoted in the artcile, giving her thoughts on the new adaptation: As a teenager Mr. Miyazaki read the "Earthsea" books, and he originally planned to make a faithful interpretation.

    October 2006

  • The "Earthsea" animation looks good, but (as I don't speak Japanese!) is it based on the Le Guin tales?

    SF Tidbits for 4/30/06

  • (Scroll down a little to "Earthsea," an entry dated 11/13/2004.)

    "Excuse me, where would I get a book?"

  • There‚Äôs also an extended version, called Earthsea in Clorox via Neil Gaiman.

    weapons of massdistraction › A Generic Mcmagic Movie With A Meaningless Plot

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