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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2009) Dancing at the Edge of the World   First edition hardback cover Author(s) Ursula K. Le Guin Country United States Language English Publisher Grove Press (hardback) Publication date 1989 Media type book OCLC Number 17917308 Dancing at the Edge of the World is a 1989 nonfiction collection by Ursula K. Le Guin. The works are divided into two categories: talks and essays, and book and movie reviews. Within the categories, the works are organized chronologically, and are further marked by what Le Guin calls the Guide Ursuline -- a system of symbols denoting the main theme of the works. The four themes with which she categorizes the essays are feminism, social responsibility, literature and travel. Contents 1 Contents 1.1 Talks and Essays 1.2 Reviews 2 Awards and honors Contents Talks and Essays 1976: "The Space Crone" (feminism, social responsibility) 1976: "Is Gender Necessary? Redux" (literature, feminism) 1978: "Moral and Ethical Implications of Family Planning" (feminism, social responsibility) 1979: "It Was a Dark and Stormy Night" (literature) 1979: "Working on 'The Lathe'" (literature) 1980: "Some Thoughts on Narrative" (literature) 1981: "World-Making" (literature) 1981: "Hunger" (social responsibility) 1981: "Places Names" (travel) 1982: "The Princess" (social responsibility, feminism) 1982: "A Non-Euclidean View of California as a Cold Place to Be" (literature) 1982: "Facing It" (social responsibility) 1983: "Reciprocity of Prose and Poetry" (literature) 1983: "A Left-Handed Commencement Address" (feminism, social responsibility) 1983: "Along the Platte" (travel) 1984: "Whose Lathe?" (literature, social responsibility) 1984: "The Woman Without Answers" (literature) 1984: "The Second Report of the Shipwrecked Foreigner to the Kadanh of Derb" (social responsibility) 1985: "Room 9, Car 1430" (travel) 1985: "Theodora" (literature) 1985: "Science Fiction and the Future" (literature, social responsibility) 1985: "The Only Good Author?" (literature) 1986: "Bryn Mawr Commencement Address" (feminism, social responsibility) 1986: "Woman / Wilderness" (feminism, social responsibility) 1986: "The Carrier Bag Theory of Fiction" (feminism, literature) 1986: "Heroes" (literature, feminism) 1986: "Prospects for Women in Writing" (feminism) 1986: "Text, Silence, Performance" (literature) 1987: "'Who is Responsible?'" (literature) 1987: "Conflict" (literature) 1987: "'Where Do You Get Your Ideas From?'" (literature) 1988: "Over the Hills and a Great Way Off" (travel) 1988: "The Fisherwoman's Daughter" (feminism, literature) Reviews 1977: "The Dark Tower, C. S. Lewis" 1978: "Close Encounters, Star Wars, and the Tertium Quid" 1979: "Shikasta, by Doris Lessing" 1980: "Two from Venom" 1980: "Freddy's Book and Vlemk, by John Gardner" 1980: "The Marriage Between Zones Three, Four and Five, by Doris Lessing" 1980: "Kalila and Dimna, retold by Ramsay Wood" 1980: "Unfinished Business, by Maggie Scarf" 1980: "Italian Folktales, by Italo Calvino" 1981: "Peake's Progress, by Mervyn Peake" 1983: "The Sentimental Agents, by Doris Lessing" 1984: "Difficult Loves, by Italo Calvino" 1984: "'Forsaking Kingdoms': Five Poets" 1985: "The Mythology of North America, by John Bierhorst" 1986: "Silent Partners, by Eugene Linden" 1986: "Outside the Gates, by Molly Gloss" 1986: "Golden Days, by Carolyn See" Awards and honors The book was a finalist for the 1990 Hugo Award for Best Non-Fiction Book. v · d · eWorks by Ursula K. Le Guin – (bibliography) Earthsea "The Word of Unbinding" (1964) · "The Finder" (2001) · "Darkrose and Diamond" (1999) · "The Rule of Names" (1964) · "The Bones of the Earth" (2001) · A Wizard of Earthsea (1968) · The Tombs of Atuan (1971) · "On the High Marsh" (2001) · The Farthest Shore (1972) · Tehanu (1990) · "Earthsea Revisioned" (1993) · "Dragonfly" (1997) · Tales from Earthsea (2001) · The Other Wind (2001) Hainish Cycle "Dowry of the Angyar" (1964) · Rocannon's World (1966) · Planet of Exile (1966) · City of Illusions (1967) · The Left Hand of Darkness (1969) · "Winter's King" (1969) · "Vaster Than Empires and More Slow" (1971) · The Dispossessed (1974) · "The Day Before the Revolution" (1974) · The Word for World is Forest (1976) · "The Shobies' Story" (1990) · "Dancing to Ganam" (1993) · "Another Story or A Fisherman of the Inland Sea" (1994) · "The Matter of Seggri" (1994) · "Unchosen Love" (1994) · "Solitude" (1994) · Four Ways to Forgiveness (1995) · "Coming of Age in Karhide" (1995) • "Mountain Ways" (1996) · "Old Music and the Slave Women" (1999) · The Telling (2000) Other fiction (novels bold) The Lathe of Heaven (1971) · The Wind's Twelve Quarters (1975) · Orsinian Tales (1976) · The Eye of the Heron (1978) · Malafrena (1979) · The Beginning Place (1980) · The Compass Rose (1982) · Always Coming Home (1985) · Buffalo Gals, and Other Animal Presences (1987) · Searoad (1991) · A Fisherman of the Inland Sea (1994) · Unlocking the Air and Other Stories (1996) · The Birthday of the World (2002) · Changing Planes (2003) · Lavinia (2008) Nonfiction The Language of the Night (1979) · Dancing at the Edge of the World (1982) · Lao Tzu: Tao Te Ching (1997) · Steering the Craft (1998) · The Wave in the Mind (2004)