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  • Salman Rushdie Official Author Website

    Salman Rushdie is the author of eleven novels, a Fellow of the British Royal Society of Literature, and won the Whitbread Prize for Best Novel (twice)...

  • Salman Rushdie - Wikipedia

    Sir Ahmed Salman Rushdie FRSL (born 19 June 1947) is a British Indian novelist and essayist. His second novel, Midnight's Children (1981), won the Booker ...

  • Salman Rushdie - IMDb

    Salman Rushdie, Actor: Midnight's Children. He married the actress Padma Lakshmi, the hostess of "Padma's Passport," and dedicatee of his eighth novel, "Fury" (2001 ...

  • Salman Rushdie | Books | The Guardian

    The antic fairytale of billionaires and ‘badmashes’ is rooted in the details of a time that might sound remote, but it reads with startling immediacy

  • Salman Rushdie Quotes - BrainyQuote

    Enjoy the best Salman Rushdie Quotes at BrainyQuote. Quotations by Salman Rushdie, Indian Novelist, Born June 19, 1947. Share with your friends.

  • Salman Rushdie (@SalmanRushdie) | Twitter

    4,309 tweets • 93 photos/videos • 1.26M followers. Check out the latest Tweets from Salman Rushdie (@SalmanRushdie)

  • The Satanic Verses controversy - Wikipedia

    The Satanic Verses controversy, also known as the Rushdie Affair, was the heated and frequently violent reaction of Muslims to the publication of Salman Rushdie's ...

  • Salman Rushdie - Literature - British Council

    Salman Rushdie was born in Bombay (now Mumbai) on 19 June 1947. He went to school in Bombay and at Rugby in England, and read History at King's College, Cambridge ...

  • About the Author - Salman Rushdie

    Salman Rushdie is the author of thirteen novels: Grimus, Midnight’s Children (which was awarded the Booker Prize in 1981), Shame, The Satanic Verses, Haroun and the ...

  • The Rushdie fatwa | World | The Guardian

    Timothy Garton Ash: Threats such as the fatwa on Salman Rushdie may have eased, but elsewhere fanatics and oppressive states are still trying to exert control

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