Online Literary Criticism Collection
Salman Rushdie (1947 – )
|Periods: British: 20th Century|
Winner of many literary awards including the Booker Prize, author of many works including his famous (and infamous) The Satanic Verses.
Our pages on these individual works by Salman Rushdie
- Death, Mutation and Rebirth: The Migrant in the Fiction of Salman Rushdie
- Critical essay that studies the role of the migrant in Rushdie’s works, being a migrant himself: born in India, schooled in Britain, forced to move to Pakistan, and finally back to Britain.
- Contains: Criticism, Bibliography
- Author: Jason R. D’Cruz
- Books: The New York Times on the Web: Featured Author: Salman Rushdie With News and Reviews From the Archives of The New York Times
- 1999 web feature from the New York Times on the Web providing links to reviews, news, and interviews related to Salman Rushdie and his works.
- From: The New York Times
- Salman Rushdie: An Overview
- A large and ambitious site, from George Landow and his students at Brown University, in which there are many materials on the author and his works.
- Contains: Timeline, Criticism, Commentary, Works List
- From: Postimperial and Postcolonial Literature in English
- Bibliography of work related to Salman Rushdie
- A partial bibliography of critical and biographical sources on Rushdie.
- Contains: Bibliography
- Author: Subir Grewal
- Cronenberg Meets Rushdie
- “David Cronenberg and Salman Rushdie talk about the vicious media, the Internet, crashing cars, and more.” A lengthy and fascinating interview, covering diverse topics.
- Contains: Interview, Pictures
- Author: David Cronenberg
- From: Shift Magazine Inc. Shift 3.4, June-July 1995
- Glossary of colloquialisms in Rushdie
- This glossary gives definitions and usages for Indian words appearing in Rushdies’ works.
- Author: Subir Grewal
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Last Updated Apr 29, 2013