By Isaac Asimov
6 hommes se réunissent une fois par mois, dans le même eating place. A journey de rôle ils invitent une personne qui a une énigme policière à leur proposer, sachant que cette tierce personne n'a pas l. a. resolution. Il s'agit le plus souvent d'un problème qu'il a european dans leur vie.
Tout au lengthy du repas, les 6 veufs noirs discutent, établissent des hypothèses, pointent les faiblesses de ces dernières, échafaudent des théories.
Durant tout ce temps, Henri, le maître d'hotel, les sert, débarasse, suggest les liqueurs, mais surtout, écoute, en silence et en toute discrétion.
A los angeles fin, vous avez deviné qui trouve los angeles answer. Elle est logique, argumentée, implacable.
Pas de grandes aventures, pas de robots, pas de area opéra, mais un Asimov tout en finesse à découvrir ou re-découvrir.
Originally titled "Banquets of the Black Widowers" (1984)
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Between ragged smoking edges of yellow-grey appeared a streak of blue. " A A The rent in the sky widened. shower of rain spattered over the city, blown aslant on the fresh wind, and suddenly the raindrops glittered, as at night in torchlight; but this glory they reflected was the glory of the Sun. To westward it stood, all alone in heaven, blinding. Ganil stood with the others, face lifted. On his face, on the scar of his burn, he felt the heat of the Sun. He stared at it till his eyes swam with tears, the Circle of Fire, the face of God.
He just realized what kind of accent Lenoir had. "Barry A. Pennywither, Munson my had — "What year is this? What century? Please, Dr. Lenoir The Frenchman looked confused. The meanings words change, as well as their pronunciations. " Barry shouted. — of "Who " . 28 The Wind's Twelve Quarters Lenoir gave a shrug, a French shrug (some things never change). "Louis is king," he said. "Louis the Eleventh. " They stood staring at each other like wooden Indians for some time. Lenoir spoke first. " "Yes.
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A table avec les veufs noirs (Veufs noirs, Book 4) by Isaac Asimov