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Salman Rushdie

Reviews

Thursday, March 3 2011

Sheherazade Meets the Video Age in Salman Rushdie's 'Luka and the Fire of Life'

Old meets new in this lively sort-of-sequel to Haroun and the Sea of Stories.


Sunday, August 3 2008

The Enchantress of Florence by Salman Rushdie

An enlightening arabesque that confirms why Rushdie is Rushdie, and his belittlers far littler.


Sunday, October 16 2005

Shalimar the Clown by Salman Rushdie

Though Rushdie is rigid in his opinions, he is not judgmental when it comes to his characters.


Blogs

Thursday, December 2 2010

Salman Rusdhie on Gods in 'Luka and the Fire of Life'

Booker Prize winning author Salman Rushdie offers his thoughts on gods, mythology, and stories.


News

Friday, September 28 2012

Novelist Salman Rushdie Explores His Own Scary, Messy Life

Salman Rushdie is a selfless defender of artistic freedom. No, he’s really a party animal with a bombshell perpetually on his arm. Actually, he’s hiding in fear. Isn’t he?


Thursday, July 12 2012

Iran Sees Video Games As Central to a Secret War Against Its Culture

The Stressful Life of Salman Rushdie and Implementation of his Verdict isn’t just a game in the eyes of the Iranian government — it is a weapon of self-defense in what they believe is an ongoing “soft war” against their culture and beliefs.


Tuesday, July 22 2008

Rushdie traces the roots of his latest award-winning tale

Fatehpur Sikri, the old, abandoned capital of India's Mughal King Akbar, is a somewhat deserted place these days, a bit off the beaten tourist path,


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