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A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology



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by José Ángel García Landa

(University of Zaragoza, Spain)


On Salman Rushdie




Biography
Hamilton, Ian. "The First Biography of Salman Rushdie." New Yorker 25 Dec. 25 1995-1 Jan. 1996: 90-113.*


Criticism

Afshari, Reza. "Ali Mazrui or Salman Rushdie: The Satanic Verses and Islamist politics." Alternatives 16 (1991): 107-14.

Afzal-Khan, Fawzia. "Myth De-Bunked: Genre and Ideology in Rushdie's Midnight's Children and Shame." Journal of Indian Writing in English 14.1 (Gulbarga, January 1986): 49-60. Incorporated as "Salman Rushdie: The Debunking of Myth" in Afzal-Khan, Cultural Imperialism and the Indo-English Novel University Park: Pennsylvania State UP, 1993. 143-75.

_____. "Post-Modernist Strategies of Liberation in the Works of Salman Rushdie." Journal of South Asian Literature 23.1 (1988): 137-45. Incorporated into Afzal-Khan, Cultural Imperialism and the Indo-English Novel.

_____. "Salman Rushdie: Religion as a Colonizing Power." In International Literature in English: Essays on the Major Writers. Ed. Robert L. Ross. New York: Garland, 1991. 351-61. Incorporated into Afzal-Kahn, "Salman Rushdie: The Debunking of Myth."

_____. "Salman Rushdie: The Debunking of Myth." In Cultural Imperialism and the Indo-English Novel. University Park: Pennsylvania State UP, 1993. 143-75.

_____. Cultural Imperialism and the Indo-English Novel University Park: Pennsylvania State UP, 1993.

Ahmad, Aijaz. "Salman Rushie's Shame: Postmodern Migrancy and the Representation of Women." In Ahmad, In Theory: Classes, Nations, Literature. London: Verso, 1992. 123-58, 332-33.

Ahmed, Akbar. "Salman Rushdie: A New Chapter." Interview with Salman Rushdie. Guardian (Review section) 17 January 1991: 21-22.

Ahsan, Muhammad Manazir, and A. R. Kidwai, eds. Sacrilege versus Civility: Muslim Perspectives on The Satanic Verses Affair. Markfield: Leicester: Islamic Foundation, 1991.

Akhtar, Shabbir. Be Careful with Muhammad! The Salman Rushdie Affair. London: Bellew, 1989.

Al-cAzm, Sadik Jalal. "The Importance of Being Earnest about Salman Rushdie." Die Welt des Islams: Internationale Zeitschrift für die Geschichte des Islams in der Neuzeit New series 32.1 (Bonn, 1991): 1-49.

_____. "The Importance of Being Earnest about Salman Rushdie." In Reading Rushdie: Perspectives on the Fiction of Salman Rushdie. Ed. M. D. Fletcher. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994. 255-92.*

_____. "Es ist wichtig, ernst zu sein: Salman Rushdie, Joyce, Rabelais—der Kampf um Aufklärung." Lettre Internationale (German ed.) and in Al-cAzm, Unbehagen in der Moderne: Aufklärung im Islam. Frankfurt/M: Fischer, 1993: 9-53.

Al-cAzmeh, cAziz. "The Satanic Flame." (Rushdie). New Statesman and Society 20 January 1989: 16-17.

_____. "Poisoned Utopia." (Rushdie). Guardian 17 Feb. 1990.

Al-Raheb, Hani. "Salman Rushdie's The Satanic Verses: Fantasy for Religious Satire." Literary Criterion 27.4 (Mysore, 1992): 31-41.

Albertazzi, Silvia. "In the Skin of a Whale: Salman Rushdie's 'Responsibility for the Story'." Commonwealth Essays and Studies 12.1 (Dijon, Autumn 1989): 11-18.

Alexander, Marguerite. "Salman Rushdie: Midnight's Chilren." In Alexander, Flights from Realism. London: Arnold, 1990. 137-44.

_____. "Afterword: The Satanic Verses, 'Alternative Realities' and Absolute Truth." In Alexander, Flights from Realism. London: Arnold, 1990. 200-6.

Ali, Agha Shahid. "The Satanic Verses: A Secular Muslim's Response." Yale Journal of Criticism 4.1 (1990): 295-300.

Ali, Tariq. "Midnight's Children." New Left Review 136 (November-December 1982): 87-95.

Allison, Lincoln. "Race, Reason, and Mr. Rushdie." New Society 13 January 1983: 53-54.

Amanuddin, Syed. "The Novels of Salman Rushdie: Mediated Reality as Fantasy." World Literature Today 63.1 (Norman, OK, Winter 1989): 42-45.

American Atheist 31.9 (Austin, TX, 1989). Essays on the Rushdie Affair.

Amiran, Eyal. "Salman Rushdie." In Postmodernism: The Key Figures. Ed. Hans Bertens and Joseph Natoli. Oxford: Blackwell, 2002.*

Appignanesi, Lisa, and Sara Maitland, eds. The Rushdie File. London: ICA Fourth Estate LTD., 1989.

_____, ed. The Rushdie File. Syracuse: Syracuse UP, 1990.

Aravamudan, Srinivas. "'Being God's Postman is No Fun, Yaar!" Diacritics 19.2 (1989): 3-20.

_____. "'Being God's Postman Is No Fun, Yaar'." In Reading Rushdie: Perspectives on the Fiction of Salman Rushdie. Ed. M. D. Fletcher. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994. 187-208.*

Archer, Jeff. "Publish and Be Damned: The Literary Politics of The Satanic Verses." Overland 120 (1990): 66-70.

Arguello, Xavier. "The Writer as Tourist." Rev. of The Jaguar Smile. By Salman Rushdie. New Republic 29 April 1987: 30-34.

Asad, Talal. "Ethnography, Literature, and Politics: Some Readings and Uses of Salman Rushdie's The Satanic Verses." Cultural Anthropology 5.3(Washinton, DC, 1990): 239-69.

_____. "Multiculturalism and British Identity in the Wake of the Rushdie Affair." Politics and Society 18.4 (Stoneham, MA, 1990): 455-80.

Bader, Rudolf. "Indian Tin Drum." International Fiction Review 11.2 (1984): 75-83.

_____. "On Blood and Blushing: Bipolarity in Salman Rushdie's Shame." International Fiction Review 15.1 (Fredericton, New Brunswick, Winter 1988): 30-33.

_____. "The Satanic Verses: An Intercultural Experiment by Salman Rushdie." International Fiction Review 19.2 (Fredericton, New Brunswick, Summer 1992): 65-75.

Baena Molina, Rosalía. "Celebrating Belief: A Journey to Imagination in Salman Rushdie's Haroun and the Sea of Stories." In Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference of AEDEAN (Asociación Española de Estudios Anglonorteamericanos). Lleida, 17-19 December 1998. Ed. Pere Gallardo and Enric Llurda. Lleida: Edicions de la Universitat de Lleida, 2000. 481-84.*

Balderston, Daniel. "The Art of Pastiche: Argentina in The Satanic Verses." Revista de Estudios Hispánicos (Río Piedras, Puerto Rico) 17-18 (1990-91): 301-8.

Banerjee, Ashutosh. "Narrative Technique in Midnight's Children." In Three Contemporary Novelists: Khushwant Singh, Chaman Nahal, Salman Rushdie. Ed. R. K. Dhawan. New Delhi: Classical, 1985. Rpt. in Commonwealth Review 2.1-2 (New Delhi, 1990): 23-32. Rpt. in The Novels of Salman Rushdie. G. R. Taneja and R. K. Dhawan. New Delhi: Indian Society for Commonwealth Studies/Prestige, 1992.

_____. "A Critical Study of Shame." Commonwealth Review 2.1-2 (New Delhi, 1990): 71-76. Rpt. in The Novels of Salman Rushdie. Ed. G. R. Taneja and R. K. Dhawan. New Delhi: Indian Society for Commonwealth Studies/Prestige, 1992.

Banville, John. "An Interview with Salman Rushdie." New York Review of Books 40.5 (4 March 1993): 34-36.

Bardolph, Jacqueline. "Language Is Courage." Commonwealth Essays and Studies 12.1 (Dijon, Autumn 1989): 1-10.

_____. "Language Is Courage." In Reading Rushdie: Perspectives on the Fiction of Salman Rushdie. Ed. M. D. Fletcher. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994. 209-20.*

Barker, Elspeth. Rev. of The Moor's Last Sigh. By Salman Rushdie. Independent (1995).

Banerjee, Mita. The Chutneyfication of History: Salman Rushdie, Michael Ondaatje, Bharati Mukherjee and the Postcolonial Debate. (American Studies—A Monograph Series, 95). Heidelberg: Winter, 2002.

Barnett, Anthony. "Salman Rushdie: A Review Article." Race and Class (Winter 1985): 91-98.

Barr, Marleen S. "Haroun and Seeing Women's Stories: Salman Rushdie and Marianne Wiggins." In Barr, Lost in Space: Probing Feminist Science Fiction and Beyond. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1993. 141-53.*

Batty, Nancy E. "The Art of Suspense: Rushdie's 1001 (Mid-) Nights." Ariel 18.3 (July 1987): 49-65.

_____. "The Art of Suspense: Rushdie's 1001 (Mid-)Nights." In Reading Rushdie: Perspectives on the Fiction of Salman Rushdie. Ed. M. D. Fletcher. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994. 69-82.*

Beck, Rudolf. "Close Encounters of the Third Kind: Salman Rushdie's Short Story Cycle East, West." Anglia 116.3 (1998): 355-380.

Bewernick, Hanne. The Storyteller's Memory Palace: A Method of Interpretation Based on the Function of Memory Systems in Literature: Geoffey Chaucer, William Langland, Salman Rushdie, Angela Carter, Thomas Pynchon and Paul Auster. (European University Studies; Series XIV: Anglo-Saxon Language and Literature, 485). Berlin: Peter Lang, 2008.*



Beyond the Rushdie Affair. Special issue of Third Text 11 (Summer 1990).

Bhabha, Homi. "Novel Metropolis." (Rushdie). New Statesman and Society 3.88 (1990): 16-18.

Bharucha, Rustom. "Rushdie's Whale." Massachusetts Review 27.2 (1986): 221-37.

_____. "Rushdie's Whale." In Reading Rushdie: Perspectives on the Fiction of Salman Rushdie. Ed. M. D. Fletcher. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994. 159-72.*

Bhatt, Indira. "Shame: A Thematic Study." Commonwealth Review 2.1-2 (New Delhi, 1990): 64-70. Rpt. in The Novels of Salman Rushdie. Ed. G. R. Taneja and R. K. Dhawan. New Delhi: Indian Society for Commonwealth Studies/Prestige, 1992.

Bilgrami, Akeel. "Rushdie, Islam, and Postcolonial Defensiveness." Yale Journal of Criticism 4.1 (1990): 301-11.

_____. "Rushdie and the Reform of Islam." Grand Street 8.4 (New York, Summer 1989): 170-84.

_____. "Rushdie and the Reform of Islam." Rpt. in Economic and Political Weekly 25.12 (Bombay, 1990): 605-8.

_____. "Islam and Reform." Rev. of A Satanic Affair. By Malise Ruthven. London Review of Books 12.12 (28 June 1990): 19-20.

Birch, David. "Postmodernist Chutneys." (Rushdie). Textual Practice 5.1 (Cardiff, Spring 1991): 1-7.

Blaber, Ronald, and Marvin Gilman. "Midnight's Children (1982)." In Blaber and Gilman, Roguery: The Picaresque Tradition in Australian, Canadian and Indian Fiction. Springwood (NSW): Butterfly Books, 1990. 94-101.

Blaise, Clark, and Bharati Mukherjee. "After the Fatwa." Mother Jones (April-May 1990): 28-31.

Boerner, Klaus. "The Reception of Midnight's Children in West Germany." Commonwealth Review 2.1-2 (Delhi, 1990): 23-32. Rpt. in The Novels of Salman Rushdie. Ed. G. R. Taneja and R. K. Dhawan. New Delhi: Indian Society for Commonwealth Studies/Prestige, 1992.

Booker, M. Keith. "Finnegans Wake and The Satanic Verses: Two Modern Myths of the Fall." Critique 32.3 (1991): 190-207.

Booker, M. Keith. "Beauty and the Beast: Dualism as Despotism in the fiction of Salman Rushdie." ELH 57.4. (Baltimore, MD, Winter 1990): 977-97.

_____. "Beauty and the Beast: Dualism as Despotism in the Fiction of Salman Rushdie." In Reading Rushdie: Perspectives on the Fiction of Salman Rushdie. Ed. M. D. Fletcher. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994. 237-54.*

_____. "Finnegans Wake and The Satanic Verses: Two Modern Myths of the Fall." Critique 32.3 (1991): 190-207.

Bowen, David Glynn. "The Satanic Verses": Bradford Responds. Bradford: Bradford and Ilkley Community College, 1992.

Brennan, Timothy. "Fantasy, Individuality, and the Politics of Liberation." (Rushdie). Polygraph 1.1 (Winter 1987): 89-99. Incorporated in Brennan, Salman Rushdie and the Third World.

_____. Salman Rushdie and the Third Word: Myths of the Nation. New York: Macmillan, 1989.*

_____. "Shame's Holy Book." Journal of Indian Writing in English 16.2 (Gulbarga, July 1988): 210-27. Incorporated into Brennan, Salman Rushdie and the Third World.

_____. "Shame's Holy Book." In Reading Rushdie: Perspectives on the Fiction of Salman Rushdie. Ed. M. D. Fletcher. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994. 109-22.*

_____. "Rushdie, Islam, and Postcolonial Criticism." Social Text 10.2-3 (New Brunswick, NJ, 1992): 271-75.

Brigg, Peter. "Salman Rushdie's Novels: The Disorder in Fantastic Order." World Literature Written in English 27.1 (Guelph, Ontario, Summer 1987): 119-30.

_____. "Salman Rushdie's Novels: The Disorder in Fantastic Order." In Reading Rushdie: Perspectives on the Fiction of Salman Rushdie. Ed. M. D. Fletcher. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994. 173-86.*

Brooke-Rose, Christine. "Diary." (Rushdie, Fuentes). London Review of Books 12.9 (10 May 1990): 25.

Brooks, David. "Interview with Salman Rushdie." Helix 19 (Ivanhoe, Victoria, 1984): 55-69.

Campbell, Elaine. "Beyond Controversy: Vidia Naipaul and Salman Rushdie." Literary Half-Yearly 27.2 (Mysore, 1986): 42-49.

Caray-Abrioux, Cynthia. "Dismantling the Models of Legitimacy: Salman Rushdie's Shame as a Postcolonial Novel." EJES (1998 no. 1).

Carey, John. Rev. of East, West. By Salman Rushdie. Sunday Times.

Caute, David. "Prophet Motive." New Statesman and Society 3.88 (1990): 18-19.

Chanda, Tirthankar. "Sous la plume tragique de Rushdie: Le métissage toujours recommencé." Review of The Moor's Last Sigh. Internet server: MediaPort-Le monde diplomatique.

Chandra, Suresh. "The Metaphor of Shame: Rushdie's Fact-Fiction." Commonwealth Review 1.2 (New Delhi, 1990): 77-84. Rpt. in The Novels of Salman Rushdie. Ed. G. R. Taneja and R. K. Dhawan. New Delhi: Indian Society for Commonwealth Studies/Prestige, 1992.

Chaudhuri, Una. "Imaginative Maps." Interview with Salman Rushdie. Turnstile 2.1 (1990): 36-47. Excerpts from a 1983 conversation.

Clayton, Jay. Charles Dickens in Cyberspace: The Afterlife of the Nineteenth Century in Postmodern Culture. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2003. (Austen, Babbage, Darwin, Dickens, Mary Shelley, Andrea Barrett, Peter Carey, Richard Powers, Salman Rushdie, Ridley Scott, Neal Stephenson, Tom Stoppard).

Close, Anthony. "The Empirical Author: Salman Rushdie's The Satanic Verses." Philosophy and Literature 14.2 (Walla Walla, WA, 1990): 248-67.

Coccioli, Carlo. La sentencia del Ayatola. Madrid: Diana / Javier Vergara, 1989.*

Coetzee, J. M. "Palimpsest Regained." Review of The Moor's Last Sigh. New York Review of Books 43.5 (21 March 1996): 13-16.*

Cohn-Sherbok, Dan, ed. The Salman Rushdie Controversy in Inter-Religious Perspective. Lewiston (NY): Edwin Mellen, 1990.

Corcoran, Marlena G. "Salman Rushdie's Satanic Narration." Iowa Review 20.1 (Winter 1990): 155-67.

Cornwell, Neil. "Rushdie." In Cornwell, The Literary Fantastic. Brighton: Harvester, 1990. 184-97, 219-29.

Cottle, Simon. "Reporting the Rushdie Affair: A Case Study in the Orchestration of Public Opinion." Race and Class 32.4 (1991): 45-64.

Craige, Betty Jean. "Literature in a Global Society." PMLA 106.3 (May 1991): 3905-401. (Rushdie).

Crane, Ralph J. "The Chutnification of History." In Inventing India: A History of India in English-Language Fiction. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1992. 170-89.

Craven, Peter. "Salman Rushdie's Rough Magic." Scripsi 3.2-3 (1985): 127-47.

_____. Interview with Salman Rushdie. Scripsi 3.2-3 (1985): 107-26.

_____. "Salman Rushdie, No Parenthesis." Scripsi 5.3 (1989): 13-33.

Crichton, S., and L. Shapiro. "An Exclusive Talk with Salman Rushdie." Interview. Newsweek 12 February 1990: 46-49.

Cronin, Richard. "The Indian English Novel: Kim and Midnight's Children." Modern Fiction Studies 33.2 (West Lafayette, IN, Summer 1987): 201-13. Rpt. in Cronin, Imagining India. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1990. 4-17.

Cropley-Gonzalez, Madelena. "The Birth of Revolt Through Historiographic Metafiction in Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children and The Satanic Verses." In Historicité et métafiction hdans le roman contemporain des Iles Britanniques. Ed. Max Duperray. Aix-en-Provence: Publications de l'Université de Provence, 1994. 197-206.

Cundy, Catherine. "'Rehearsing Voices': Salman Rushdie's Grimus." Journal of Commonwealth Literature 27.1 (1992): 128-38.

_____. "'Rehearsing Voices': Salman Rushdie's Grimus." In Reading Rushdie: Perspectives on the Fiction of Salman Rushdie. Ed. M. D. Fletcher. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994. 45-54.*

_____. Through Childhood's Window: Haroun and the Sea of Stories." In Reading Rushdie: Perspectives on the Fiction of Salman Rushdie. Ed. M. D. Fletcher. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994. 335-42.*

Cunningham, Valentine. "Nosing Out the Indian Reality." (Salman Rushdie). TLS 15 May 1981: 38.

d'Haen, Theo. (On Rushdie and Tharoor). EJES 1.2 (August 1997): Postmodernism. Ed. Catherine Bernard.

Darraj, Feisal. "Salman Rushdie in the Mirror of the Extremist Religious Forces." New Jordan (Nicosia, Cyprus) 12-144 (Spring 1989). 155-62. (In Arabic).

Davis, Rocío G. "East, West: Salman Rushdie's Reflections on Fiction and Reality." Proceedings of the XIXth International Conference of AEDEAN. Ed. Javier Pérez Guerra et al. Vigo: Departamento de Filoloxía Inglesa e Alemana da Universidade de Vigo, 1996. 235-40.*

Dayal, Samir. "Talking Dirty: Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children." College English 54.4 (1992): 431-45.

Decter, Midge. "The Rushdiad." Commentary 87.9 (New York, June 1989): 18-23.

"Defaming Celebrities, Kings and Premiers." The Hindu 5 August 1984: 1.

Delourme, Chantal. "Midnight's Children: Contre la partition, la figure." Etudes britanniques contemporaines 8 (December 1995): 97-112.*

Deming, Angus. "A 'Satanic' Fury." Newsweek (27 February 1989): 10-17.

Desai, Anita. Introd. to Midnight's Children.

Dhar, T. N. "Micro-Macro Symbiosis: The Form of Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children." Journal of Indian Writing in English 13.1 (1986): 16-22.

Dharker, Rani. "An Interview with Salman Rushdie." New Quest 42 (1983): 351-60.

Dhawan, R. K., ed. Three Contemporary Novelists: Khushwant Singh, Chaman Nahal, Salman Rushdie. New Delhi: Classical, 1985.

Díez Cobo, Rosa María. "Midnight's Children and Cien años de soledad: Views on Magical Realism and Postmodern Fiction." In Actas del 25º Congreso AEDEAN, Granada 2001. CD-ROM. Granada: U de Granada: Departamento de Filología Inglesa, 2002.*

Dingwaney Needham, Anuradha. "Marriage and Sexuality in Two of Salman Rushdie's Novel." Journal of South Asian Literature 22.2 (1987): 95-102.

_____. "The Politics of Post-Colonial Identity in Salman Rushdie." Massachusetts Review 29.4 (1988-89): 609-24.

_____. "The Politics of Post-Colonial Identity in Salman Rushdie." In Reading Rushdie: Perspectives on the Fiction of Salman Rushdie. Ed. M. D. Fletcher. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994. 145-58.*

_____. "Author(iz)ing Midnight's Children and Shame: Salman Rushdie's Constructions of Authority." In Reworlding: The Literature of the Indian Diaspora. Ed. Emmanuel S. Nelson. (Contributions to the Study of World Literature 42). Westport (CT): Greenwood, 1992. 157-68.

Donnerstag, Jürgen. "Hybrid Forms of Multiculturalism in the Fiction of Salman Rushdie." In Nationalism vs. Internationalism: (Inter)National Dimensions of Literatures in English. Ed. Wolfgang Zach and Ken L. Goodwin. Tübingen: Stauffenburg Verlag, 1996. 455-60.*

Dossa, Shiraz. "Satanic Verses: Imagination and Its Political Context." Cross Currents: A Yearbook of Central European Culture 39.2 (Ann Arbor, MI, Summer 1989): 204-12.



Dossier Salman Rushdie. Quimera 147 (1996): 25-40.*

During, Simon. "Postmodernism or Post-Colonialism Today." (Rushdie, Coppola). Textual Practice 1.1 (Cardiff, Spring 1987): 32-47.

Durix, Jean-Pierre. Interview with Salman Rushdie. Kunapipi 4.2 (1982): 17-26.

_____. "The Artistic Journey in Salman Rushdie's Shame." World Literatur Written in English 23.2 (Guelph, Ontario, Spring 1984): 451-63.

_____. "It Was so, It Was Not So." In A Shaping of Connections: Commonwealth Literary Studies—Then and Now. Ed. Hena Maes-Jelinek, Kirsten Holst Petersen and Anna Rutherford. Sydney: Dangaroo, 1989. 225-31.

_____. "Magic Realism in Midnight's Children." Commonwealth Essays and Studies 8.1 (Dijon, 1985): 57-63. Extended version: "The Magician of History: Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children." In Durix, The Writer Written. Westport (CT): Greenwood, 1987. 119-39.

_____. "Salman Rushdie's Declaration of Kaleidoscopic Identity." In Declarations of Cultural Independence in the English-Speaking World: A Sympsium. Ed. Luigi Sampietro. Novara: Impario Editore / Università degli Studi di Milano, 1989. 173-84.

_____. "'The Gardener of Stories': Salman Rushdie's Haroun and the Sea of Stories." Journal of Commonwealth Literature 29.1 (1993): 114-22.

_____. "'The Gardener of Stories': Salman Rushdie's Haroun and the Sea of Stories." In Reading Rushdie: Perspectives on the Fiction of Salman Rushdie. Ed. M. D. Fletcher. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994. 343-52.*

Edmundson, Mark. "Prophet of a New Postmodernism: The Greater Challenge of Salman Rushdie." Harper's 1675 (December 1989): 62-70.

Engblom, Philip. "A Multitude of Voices: Carnivalization and Dialogicality in the Novels of Salman Rushdie." In Reading Rushdie: Perspectives on the Fiction of Salman Rushdie. Ed. M. D. Fletcher. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994. 293-304.*

Enright, D. J. "Forked Tongue." Rev. of Shame. By Salman Rushdie. New York Review of Books 30.19 (8 Dec. 1983): 26-28.

_____. "So, and Not So." Rev. of The Satanic Verses. New York Review of Books 36.3 (2 March 1989): 25-26.

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Fenton, James. "Keeping Up with Salman Rushdie." Includes an interview. New York Review of Books 38.6 (28 March 1991): 24-32.

Fischer, Michael M. J., and Mehdi Abedi. "Bombay Talkies, the Word and the World: Salman Rushdie's Satanic Verses." Cultural Anthropology 5.2 (Washington, DC, 1990): 107-59.

Flanagan, Kathleen. "The Fragmented Self in Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children." Commonwealth Novel in English 5.1 (Bluefield,WV, Spring 1992): 38-45.

Fletcher, M. D. "Rushdie's Shame as Apologue." Journal of Commonwealth Literature 21.1 (1986): 120-32. Similar to "Rushdie's Shame: Political Satire and Fantasy." In Fletcher, Contemporary Political Satire. Lanham: UP of America, 1987. 99-111.

_____. "Rushdie's Shame as Apologue." In Reading Rushdie: Perspectives on the Fiction of Salman Rushdie. Ed. M. D. Fletcher. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994. 97-108.*

_____. Contemporary Political Satire: Narrative Strategies in the Post-Modern Context. Lanham: UP of America, 1987.

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