A Beginner's GuideBook - 2001
This guide introduces the work of controversial writer Salman Rushdie. It examines the novels and other writings to discover how Rushdie's prose and use of popular culture have helped to inaugurate a new way of writing which expresses the experience of being Indian-English in the contemporary, multicultural world. The book covers Rushdie's life and influences; his recurring use of sources from history, literature and popular culture; the critical responses to his work; the controversy of the Satanic Verses; and his influence on young writers.
Publisher: London : Hodder & Stoughton, 2001
Branch Call Number: 823.914 Rushd-B
Characteristics: x, 85 p. : ill. --