5+ quotes from King Rat by China Miéville

Quotes from King Rat

China Miéville ·  320 pages

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“A trap is only a trap if you don't know about it. If you know about it, it's a challenge.”
― China Miéville, quote from King Rat


“– Один плюс один равняется одному, твою мать, – сказал он и тяжело обрушил флейту на челюсть Дудочника. Тот отшатнулся, но не упал. – Я не крыса плюс человек, усек? Я больше, чем один из двух, и я больше, чем оба. Я новое существо. Ты не заставишь меня танцевать.”
― China Miéville, quote from King Rat


“Я больше, чем сумма моих составляющих.”
― China Miéville, quote from King Rat


“Saul was going to kill Anansi.
They both knew it. Saul was going to kill Anansi and Loplop and King Rat, and Saul was going to die, all in an effort to prove that he was not his rat-father's son.”
― China Miéville, quote from King Rat


“Le lapidi erano banali, parevano chiedere scusa ai defunti.”
― China Miéville, quote from King Rat


About the author

China Miéville
Born place: in Norwich, England, The United Kingdom
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