Ursula LeGuin’s writing style isn’t like any literature I have read before. If I were to describe her in a few words, I would call her a painter of literature. Instead of telling, she makes sure to show me that what is happening. In action scenes, she uses descriptive adjectives instead of direct information. Instead of blunt sentences about the scene, she allows room for creativity of the reader so that although the same thing is happening, the picture painted in each reader’s mind is slightly different. Her writing style develops character much faster and much more effectively than other writing styles as her usage of metaphors replaces many adjectives and descriptive passages in just one line of the book. She is scientific notation of words, compressed yet a beautiful work of art that is pleasant to read. Overall, her writing style is heavily focused on imagery; she does a great job of doing it.