Salman Rushdie | Critical Essay by Andrew S. Teverson

This literature criticism consists of approximately 31 pages of analysis & critique of Salman Rushdie.
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Critical Essay by Andrew S. Teverson

SOURCE: Teverson, Andrew S. “Fairy Tale Politics: Free Speech and Multiculturalism in Haroun and the Sea of Stories.Twentieth Century Literature 47, no. 4 (winter 2001): 444-68.

In the following essay, Teverson explores Salman Rushdie's Haroun and the Sea of Stories as “a complex allegory that emphasizes the importance of exchange between different cultural groupings,” comparing it with such works as Arabian Nights, Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels, and Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland.

Jacobites must speak in children's rhymes, As preachers do in Parables, sometimes. 

Pynchon (350)

Late in his life, either in the latter decades of the twelfth century or the first decades of the thirteenth, there is evidence that Farid ud-Din Attar, the Sufi mystic and poet, fell afoul of the Persian authorities and was charged with heresy. He had, according to...

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