The Last Dragon of Earthsea

@article{Hollindale2003TheLD,
  title={The Last Dragon of Earthsea},
  author={Peter Hollindale},
  journal={Children's Literature in Education},
  year={2003},
  volume={34},
  pages={183-193}
}
Ursula Le Guin's original Earthsea trilogy was published between 1968 and 1972. Sequels have since been published at long intervals, first Tehanu in 1990, then The Other Wind (together with a volume of short stories, Tales from Earthsea) in 2002. This essay argues that each of these additions has retrospectively “rewritten” the earlier books, replacing the accepted original trilogy by a different one, to which the first two books are prequels. Major revisions include the displacement of the… Expand
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