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This volume collects together contributions from Christian, Muslim, Jewish and Hindu thinkers who explore the central issues arising from the Salman Rushdie controversy

This volume collects together contributions from Christian, Muslim, Jewish and Hindu thinkers who explore the central issues arising from the Salman Rushdie controversy.

Salman Rushdie is a magician of words. Amidst controversies, puns, metaphors and magic realism, Rushdie sculpts novels which have made him one of the most highly praised authors in the ocean of literature. Engaging and thought provoking, Rushdie’s works deal with intersections of Eastern and Western culture, as well as issues of religion, life and death. Inspired by rock music culture and the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, Salman Rushdie creates an epic rock and roll love story of two young men both chasing after the same young woman. The whole plot takes place during the phase when rock music was at its growing period.

Cohn-Sherbok, D. (e., 1990, The Salman Rushdie Controversy in Inter-Religious Perspective, Lampeter: Edwin Mellen (Symposium Series vol. 27) - collection of eight articles, written by Christian, Muslim, Jewish and Hindu authors, reflecting upon many facets surrounding Th. 27) - collection of eight articles, written by Christian, Muslim, Jewish and Hindu authors, reflecting upon many facets surrounding The Satanic Verses controversy; most address matters concerning religious tolerance, inter-faith relations, and freedom of expression

Cohn-Sherbok, D. 27). - collection of eight articles, written by Christian, Muslim, Jewish and Hindu authors, reflecting upon many facets surrounding Th. - collection of eight articles, written by Christian, Muslim, Jewish and Hindu authors, reflecting upon many facets surrounding The Satanic Verses controversy; most address matters concerning religious tolerance, inter-faith relations, and freedom of expression

Cohn-Sherbok, D. e. he Salman Rushdie Controversy in Interreligious Perspective, Leicester (Edwin Mellen . Rushdie, S,In Good Faith, Granta Pamphlet, 1990Google Scholar. he Salman Rushdie Controversy in Interreligious Perspective, Leicester (Edwin Mellen Press) 1990Google Scholar. Kazi, . Hill, . Craven, . Miller, D. ‘Forum on Salman Rushdie'sThe Satanic Verses-Melbourne, March 1989’,Chai: Criticism, Heresy and Interpretation, 2 (1989) 1–22Google Scholar. Rushdie, . maginary Homelands: Essays and Criticism, 1981–1991, London (Granta/Penguin) 1992Google Scholar. Ruthven, . Satanic Affair: Salman Rushdie and the Rage of Islam London (Chatto & Windus) 1990Google Scholar.

Cohn-Sherbok, Dan, ed. (1990) The Salman Rushdie Controversy in Interreligious Perspective. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press. Conte, Joseph (2002) American Oulipo: Proceduralism in the Novels of Gilbert Sorrentino. Columbia, SC: Camden House. Marantz, Andrew (2013) Unreality Star, The New Yorker Magazine, 16 September.

The Salman Rushdie Controversy in Interreligious Perspective (Lewiston: E. Mellen Press, 1990) pp. 72–96 and . 72–96 and Rethinking Multiculturalism: Cultural Diversity and Political Theory (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006); and (partially) Pnina Werbner, ‘Allegories of Sacred Imperfection: Magic, Hermeneutics and Passion in The Satanic Verses,’ Current Anthropology, 37:1 ‘Supplement: Special Issue - Anthropology in Public’, 1996, pp. S55–86.

This volume collects together contributions from Christian, Muslim, Jewish and Hindu thinkers who explore the central issues arising from the Salman Rushdie controversy. Shabbir Akhtar's dissection of "Satanic Rites" and its author carries weight because of its fervency and profound sense of hurt. Bhikhu Parekh's analysis of the responses to the Rushdie affair from both the British press and British Muslims passes judgement on the inadequacy of all parties to the events. The Hindu Professor of Political Theory at Hull University, Bhiku Parekh, analyzes how we all got it wrong.