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Salman Rushdie

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Indian-British novelist; former writer in residency at Emory University

Salman Rushdie on KCRW

Salman Rushdie's version of The Arabian Nights, his attempt to understand what the through-line of the collection of classic tales is and partly as a portrait of the human race and its…

Salman Rushdie: Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights

Salman Rushdie's version of The Arabian Nights, his attempt to understand what the through-line of the collection of classic tales is and partly as a portrait of the human race and its…

from Bookworm

On September 18 of this year, we interviewed the novelist Salman Rushdie, whose memoir about living under a fatwa had just been published.

Salman Rushdie's Memoir

On September 18 of this year, we interviewed the novelist Salman Rushdie, whose memoir about living under a fatwa had just been published.

from Which Way, L.A.?

On September 18 of this year, we interviewed the novelist Salman Rushdie, whose memoir about living under a fatwa had just been published.

Salman Rushdie's Memoir

On September 18 of this year, we interviewed the novelist Salman Rushdie, whose memoir about living under a fatwa had just been published.

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