Pratchett on Equal Opportunities

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Earns more than Galadriel

It’s an old lecture, but I hadn’t read it before. The master of modern fantasy, Terry Pratchett, holds forth on the gender divide in magic. I’m not going to write anything further because I’m not arrogant enough to think I can add to what he says.

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  1. Ursula Le Guin actually addresses the male-ness of the magic in “The Wizard of Earthsea” in her following books – especially in “The Other Wind” – its shown as stifling and negative that women are not afforded the power of men.

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