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The Cambridge Companion to Salman Rushdie

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  • Page extent: 218 pages
  • Size: 228 x 152 mm
  • Weight: 0.46 kg

Library of Congress

  • Dewey number: 823/.914
  • Dewey version: 22
  • LC Classification: PR6068.U757 Z585 2007
  • LC Subject headings:
    • Rushdie, Salman--Criticism and interpretation

Library of Congress Record

Hardback

 (ISBN-13: 9780521847193)

The Cambridge Companion to Salman Rushdie Cambridge University Press
9780521847193 - THE CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TO SALMAN RUSHDIE - Edited by Abdulrazak Gurnah
Index


INDEX

Abu Ghraib

Ackroyd, Peter

Afzal-Khan, Fawzia

Ahinsa

Ahmad, Aijaz

Ahmed, Akbar

Ali, Tariq

Alibhai-Brown, Yasmin

Allen, Walter

Amristar massacre

Anarkali

Anarkali

Appignanesi, Lisa

Aravamudan, Srinivas

Article 19

Attar, Farid Ud-Din

The Conference of the Birds

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei

Ayatollah Khomeini

Bachchan, Amitabh

Baker, Steven

Bakhtin, Mikhail

Ball, John Clement

Basso, Ellen B.

Baudrillard, Jean

Benjamin, Walter

Bhabha, Homi

Bharucha, Rustom

Bhutto, Zulfikar Ali

Blake, William

Boas, Franz

Bollywood

and Indian diaspora

and the indirect kiss

origins

as postmodern aesthetic

Bombay Dreams

Booker, Keith

Borges, Jorge Luis

The Book of Imaginary Beings

El Aleph

‘El Inmortal’ (‘The Immortal’)

‘The Garden of Forking Paths’

Bosnian Muslims

Bowen, David

Brennan, Timothy

Brisset, Jean-Pierre

Campbell, Joseph

Capriolo, Ettore

carnivalesque

Chatterjee, Partha

Chhachhi, Amrita

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor

Coolie

Cundy, Catherine

Deane, Seamus

Defoe, Daniel

Deming, Wilfred E.

Derrida, Jacques

Desani, G. V.

Dhondy, Farrukh

Dickens, Charles

Our Mutual Friend

Sketches by Boz

A Tale of Two Cities

Didur, Jill

Don Quixote

East,West

‘At the Auction of the Ruby Slippers’

‘Chekov and Zulu’

‘Christopher Columbus and Queen Isabella Consummate their Relationship’

‘Good Advice is Rarer than Rubies’

‘The Courter’

‘The Free Radio’

‘The Harmony of the Spheres’

‘The Prophet’s Hair’

‘Yorick’

Easthope, Antony

Eco, Umberto

Eisenstein, Serge

Eliot T. S.

Elliott, Robert C.

Empiricism

Essay Concerning Human Understanding

fatwa

artistic freedom

as the start of ‘Islamic terrorism’

assassinations

its current status

its pronouncement

Fielding, Henry

‘Firebird’s Nest, The’

‘formal realism’

For Rushdie: Essays by Arab and Muslim Writers in Defense of Free Speech

Forster, E. M.

Foucault, Michel

Freud, Sigmund

Fuentes, Carlos

Funtoosh

Fury

celebrity

crisis of love

globalisation

idea of home

George, Rosemary Marangoly

Goonetilleke, D. C. R. A.

Grant, Damian

Grass, Günter

Grewal, Inderpal

Grimus

Dante’s Divine Comedy in

intertexts

labyrinth as topos

Ground Beneath Her Feet, The

celebrity

family in

the fatwa

globalisation

migrancy

Guillaume, A.

Gulf War 1990

Gupta, Rahila

Haffenden, John

Haikal, Muhammad Husayn

Harlow, Clarissa

Haroun and the Sea of Stories

heteroglossia

Hitchens, Christopher

Hobbes, John

Hodge, Bob

Hudood Ordinances

Huntingdon, Samuel

hybrid identities

Ibn Hisham

Ibn Ishaq

Igarashi, Hitoshi

Imaginary Homelands

‘In Good Faith’

‘Is Nothing Sacred?’

‘Outside the Whale’

‘Why I Have Embraced Islam’

Israel, Nico

Jaggi, Maya

Jaguar Smile, The

James, Henry

Jameson, Fredric

Joyce, James

Jussawalla, Feroza

Kabbani, Rana

Kapoor, Raj

Katha-Sarit-Sagara

Kaur, Gupreet

Kavan, Anna

Kerényi, Karl

Khan, Ayub

King’s College, Cambridge

Kipling, Rudyard

‘On the City Wall’

Puck of Pook’s Hill

Kundera, Milan

Kureishi, Hanif

Kymlicka, Will

Lamming, George

Leavis, F. R.

Leavis, Q. D.

Leggatt, Judith

Lessing, Doris

Lévi-Strauss, Claude

Locke, John

Maitland, Sara

Manto, Saadat Hassan

Márquez, Gabriel García

McEwan, Ian

McHale, Brian

Merchant of Venice

Midnight’s Children, The

and Bombay cinema

and the Booker Prize

family in

form

Mahatma Ghandi in

‘new myths’

screenplay

structure

Milton, John

Mishra, Vijay

Modood, Tariq

mohajir

Moor’s Last Sigh, The

Bombay in

cinema in

the fatwa and

family in

historical representation

Mother India and

‘Motherness’ in

Mr India and

palimpsest in

Moss, Laura

Mother India

Mughal-e-Azam

multiculturalism

Naipaul, V. S.

Narayan, R. K.

Nehru, Jawaharlal

Ngugi wa Thiong’o

Nietzsche, Friedrich

Nygaard, William

Orwell, George

Othello

Parekh, Bhikhu

Phalke

Phillips, Melanie

picaresque

postcolonial intertextuality

Prasad, Madhava

Pullman, Philip

Race Relations Act

Rama Rao, N. T.

Raja Harishchandra

Rajadhyaksha, Ashish

Raza, Hima

Richardson, Samuel

Rualfo, Juan

Rushdie File, The

Ruthven, Malise

Said, Edward W.

Saro-Wiwa, Ken

Satanic Verses, The

blasphemy as a theme

and cinema in

family in

hybridity

London in

love

migrancy in

reception and the ‘intolerance’ debate

Romantic ideas in

‘satanic verses’ source

structure

Schultheis, A. W.

Scott, Joan Wallach

Scripsi

Secret Agent, The

Selvon, Sam

September 11

Shah, Idries

Shame

and A Tale of Two Cities

cinema in

compared to Midnight’s Children

family in

feminist reading of

gender in

sexual violation

and Sketches by Boz

Sharpe, Jenny

Shelley, P. B.

A Defence of Poetry

Prometheus Unbound

Shree 420

Spivak, Gayatri Chakravorty

Step Across This Line

cosmopolitanism

‘Globalization’

‘Step Across This Line’

and ‘war on terror’

Sterne, Laurence; see also Tristram Shandy

Sufism

Taylor, Charles

Tempest, The

Thousand and One Nights, The

Tin Drum, The

Tom Jones

Tristram Shandy

Verne, Jules

Watt, Ian

Webster, Richard

Weldon, Fay

Wells, H. G.

Wizard of Oz, The

Women Against Fundamentalism

Wood, James

Yetts, Major W. Perceval

Young, R. J. C.

Zia ul-Haq, Muhammad

Zina Ordinance




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