The Left Hand of Darkness

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The Left Hand of Darkness is a science fiction novel by Ursula K. Le Guin, first published in 1969.

The book is one of the first major works of feminist science fiction and is one in a series of books by Le Guin all set in the fictional Hainish universe. It won the 1969 Nebula[1] and 1970 Hugo[2] awards. Plans for a feature film and video game based on the books were announced by Phobos Entertainment Holdings in 2004,[3] but appear to have since stalled.

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