onsdag 24 januari 2018

Ur A Woman's Liberation av Ursula K. Le Guin 1929 - 2018

"to comfort myself and distract my mind I began to sing under my breath, there alone in my tent of red gauze warm with my own breath. I sang the freedom songs we sang in the Hame, and then I sang the love songs Lady Tazeu had taught me. Finally I sang 'O, O, Yeowe,' softly at first, then a little louder. I heard a voice somewhere out in that soft red mist world join in with me, a man's voice, then a woman's. Assets from Voe Deo all know that song. We sang it together. A Bambur man's voice picked it up and put words in his own language to it, and others joined in singing it. Then the singing died away."
ur "A Woman's Liberation" av Ursula K. Le Guin

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