Salman Rushdie Essays And Criticism

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Lively, wide-ranging collection of 75 pieces written over the past ten years by the author of The Satanic Verses.

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Biographical Information Born on June 19, 1947, into a middle-class Muslim family in Bombay, Rushdie attended the Cathedral Boys' High School. with honors in 1968, he acted for one year at an experimental theater, and then worked as a freelance advertising copywriter during the 1970s.

His education continued in England at the Rugby School, and later at King's College, Cambridge. His first novel, Grimus, was published in 1975, and was followed by Midnight’s Children (1981).

In February 1989, Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini decreed a fatwa pronouncing the death sentence on him, and Rushdie has since lived in hiding.

Subsequently, he offered several published explanations and apologies to Muslims (collected in Imaginary Homelands, 1991), and he also wrote a children's story, Haroun and the Sea of Stories (1990).

His Rabelaisian skill for telling stories teeming with fantasy and history, and the virtuosity of his style, with its sly transliterations of Indo-English idioms, won him a delighted audience with the publication of Midnight's Children in 1980.

However, it was the urgency with which he returned to the lands of his birth and childhood to write of a world where politics and the individual are inseparably connected that won him wide acclaim as a brilliant new novelist and intellectual.

The literary essays are quintessential Rushdie - insightful, thought-provoking, and even comical. The rest of the book, especially the notes on other authors, reads a ...

Salman Rushdie was born in India, raised in Pakistan, and educated in England, where he now lives.

The latter received wide critical praise and earned Rushdie the Booker Mc Connell Prize.

Rushdie gained international notoriety in 1988 with the publication of The Satanic Verses.


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