Salman Rushdie

Sir Ahmad Salman Rushdie (born 19 June 1947) is a British Indian novelist and essayist. His second novel, Midnight's Children (1981), won the Booker Prize in 1981. Much of his fiction is set on the Indian subcontinent.
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Grimus by Salman Rushdie
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1975. First Edition. 318 pages. Blue jacket covering purple cloth boards with gilt lettering. Pages remain bright with light foxing to text block edge and the endpapers, inscription to the front pastedown. Binding is firm with light corner bumping and foxing around the bottom edge of boards. Spine has very light shelf wear. Unclipped jacket has light soiling to the covers and rubbing to the spine ends.
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Midnight's Children (Picador Books) by Salman Rushdie
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Midnight's Children (Picador Books)
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Two Years Eight Months and TwentyEight Nights by Salman Rushdie by Salman Rushdie
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Two Years Eight Months and TwentyEight Nights
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The Jaguar Smile: Nicaraguan Journey by Salman Rushdie
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In this brilliantly focused and haunting portrait of the people, the politics, the land, and the poetry of Nicaragua, Salman Rushdie brings to the forefront the palpable human facts of a country in the midst of revolution. Rushdie went to Nicaragua in 1986. What he discovered was overwhelming: a land of difficult, often beautiful contradictions, of strange heroes and warrior-poets. Rushdie came to know an enormous range of people, from the foreign minister - a priest - to the midwife who kept a pet cow in her living room. His perceptions always heightened by his sensitivity and his unique flair for language, in The Jaguar Smile, Rushdie brings us the true Nicaragua, where nothing is simple, everything is contested, and life-or-death struggles are an everyday occurrence.
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