Rushdie is a British novelist with deep roots in South Asia. His early novel "Midnight's Children" inspired a generation of Indian novelists; later works like "The Satanic Verses" and "The Moor's Last Sigh" straddled cultures, reinvented language, caused an occasional international crisis, and affected the way the reading public perceived and understood "hyphenated" literature.
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January Magazine: Interview with Salman Rushdie
Extensive interview with the author by Linda Richards. Accompanied by original photographs.
Notes on Salman Rushdie: The Satanic Verses
Study guide including definitions, analysis and pointers to relevant texts and sites.
The Observer: Torn Apart in the USA
Review of Fury. By Adam Mars-Jones.
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