Ursula K. Le Guin Quote

What harm have the trees done them? he said. Must they punish the grass for their own faults? Men are savages, who would set a land afire because they have a quarrel with other men.


Chapter 9, "Orm Embar" (Arren) - Earthsea Books - The Farthest Shore (1972)

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What harm have the trees done them? he said. Must they punish the grass for their own faults? Men are savages, who would set a land afire because...

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What harm have the trees done them? he said. Must they punish the grass for their own faults? Men are savages, who would set a land afire because...

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What harm have the trees done them? he said. Must they punish the grass for their own faults? Men are savages, who would set a land afire because...

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What harm have the trees done them? he said. Must they punish the grass for their own faults? Men are savages, who would set a land afire because...