So, in the past I’ve talked about how the Minotaur came to be, as well as Theseus’s part in the dumbest plan to find a wife ever conceived. Today, I’m going to bring those two together and tell you about how Theseus killed the Minotaur.
Hello again! Today, I’ve decided to look at another story by Ursula K Le Guin: “Schrodinger’s Cat.” The story was orignally published in 1974, and was republished in a 1992 anthology called Cats In Space And Other Places. I love cats, and I love space, so why not?
Though I should note that space doesnt really figure into this tale. Also, it’s kind of a weird, stream-of-consciousness thing, so there’s that.
Anyway, let’s go!