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  1. a novel by Ursula K. Le Guin published in 1985

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  2. This novel is about a cultural group of humans -- the Kesh -- who "might be going to have lived a long, long time from now in Northern California." (p. i) Part novel, part textbook, part anthropologist's record, Always Coming Home explains the life a

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  3. The book weaves around the story of a Kesh woman called Stone Telling, who lived for years with her father's people-the Dayao or Condor people, whose society is rigid, patriarchal, hierarchical and militarily expansionist

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  4. The story fills less than a third of the book, with the rest being a mixture of Kesh cultural lore (including poetry, prose of various kinds, mythos, rituals, and recipes), essays on Kesh culture, and the musings of the narrator, "Pandora"

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  5. Some editions of the book were accompanied by a tape of Kesh music and poetry

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