The Dowry of Angyar – by Ursula K. Le Guin

Original publication – SF magazine Amazing Stories

In an introduction to the story written for a later anthology, Le Guin said that The Dowry of Angyar was most characteristic of her early science fiction writing, describing it as the most romantic of her works, and saying that she had steadily moved away from explicit romanticism and towards something more complex. Already present is, however, her signature anthropological interest, bound to expand the limits of what was supposed to be science fiction.


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