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CFI Skeptics of Eugene Message Board › Science Fiction

Science Fiction

Ruth M.
Nice, FR
Post #: 162
Ursula Le Guin at Eugene Public Library Saturday March 24, 2012

Le Guin will read from her work, followed by a question and answer session focused on issues of censorship and her contributions to the genre of science fiction.

Her appearance is part of The Big Read: a month-long, community-wide celebration of Ray Bradbury’s classic and visionary science fiction novel Fahrenheit 451. Famously gripping, it tells the tale of a society gone awry, in which firemen burn books and the state suppresses learning. More than 50 years after it was written, this literary classic and perennial bestseller is more relevant than ever.
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