China Miéville

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China Miéville

China Miéville

  • Author : Tony Venezia,Sherryl Vint,Raphael Zähringer,Dougal McNeill,Joe Sutliff Sanders,Paul March-Russell,Ben De Bruyn,Matthew Sangster,Anthony F. Lang, Jr.,Mark P. Williams,Roger Luckhurst
  • ISBN Code : 1780240295
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Publisher : Gylphi Limited
  • Number of Pages : 316
  • Publish Date : 2015-12-01

The chapters in this collection respond to the range of interests that have shaped Miéville's fiction from his influential role in contemporary genre debates, to his ability to pose serious philosophical questions about state control, revolutionary struggle, regimes of apartheid, and the function of international law in a globalized world. This collection demonstrates how Miéville's fictions offer a striking example of contemporary literature's ability to imagine alternatives to neoliberal capitalism at a time of crisis for leftist ideas within the political realm.

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