The Left Hand of Darkness

Premise

Le Guin's introduction to the 1976 publication of the book identifies Left Hand of Darkness as a "thought experiment" to explore society without men or women, where individuals share the biological and emotional makeup of both sexes.[7] Le Guin also stresses that works of fiction reflect oft unseen truths, in this case man's androgynous nature.


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