The city & the city

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Fleuve noir, 2011 - 390 pages
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Quelque part dans l'est de l'Europe se situent les villes rivales de Beszel et Ul-Qoma. Lorsque l'inspecteur Borlu, de Beszel, doit élucider le crime sordide d'une étudiante américaine d'Ul-Qoma, l'affaire se complique car la victime n'est pas de sa juridiction. Pourtant, il n'est pas dessaisi du dossier. Borlu découvrira-t-il la vérité alors que les morts étranges se succèdent ?

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China Miéville was born in Norwich, England on September 6, 1972. He received a B.A. in social anthropology from the University of Cambridge in 1994, and a Masters' degree with distinction and Ph.D in international relations from the London School of Economics, the latter in 2001. He has also held a Frank Knox fellowship at Harvard University. His first novel, King Rat, was nominated for both an International Horror Guild and a Bram Stoker award. His other works include Perdido Street Station, The Scar, Iron Council, Un Lun Dun, The City and the City, Embassytown, and Three Moments of an Explosion: Stories. He has won numerous awards for his works including three Arthur C. Clarke Awards, two British Fantasy Awards, the British Science Fiction Award, and the 2008 Locus Award for Best Young Adult Book. He also published a book on Marxism and international law called Between Equal Rights: A Marxist Theory of International Law. He teaches creative writing at Warwick University.

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