Salman Rushdie: fictions of postcolonial modernity
Morton, Stephen (2007) Salman Rushdie: fictions of postcolonial modernity, Basingstoke, UK; New York, USA, Palgrave Macmillan, 200pp.
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This introduction places the fiction of Salman Rushdie in a clear historical and theoretical context. Morton explores Rushdie's biography, the histories that inform his major works and his relevance to contemporary culture. Including a timeline of key dates, this study offers an overview of the varied critical reception Rushdie's work has provoked.
Part1: Introduction; Timeline; Introduction; Author Biography.
Part 2: Major Works: Midnight's Children and Shame; The Satanic Verses; Haroun and the Sea of Stories and East, West; The Moor's Last Sigh; Shalimar the Clown.
Part 3: Criticism and Contexts: Rushdie's Non-fiction; Rushdie in Question: The Critical Reception; Annotated Further Reading and Bibliography
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