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Author: Salman Rushdie
Book Format: ebook
Original Title: Imaginary Homelands: Essays and Criticism 1981-1991
Number Of Pages: 439 pages
First Published in: 1991
Latest Edition: May 14th 2013
Language: English
Genres: Non Fiction, Writing, Essays, Cultural, India, Politics, Literature, Criticism, Literary Criticism, Criticism, Literature, 20th Century, Asian Literature, Indian Literature, European Literature, British Literature,
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Deepak Bijalwan
It is a masterpiece by Salman Rushdie. All the vivid colors of nostalgic universe of memories get dispersed in the consciousness in such a manner that it transports one to experience a time travel. The language is so powerful and tremendously attractive that it grabs one to aesthetic and literary heights.
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Deepak Bijalwan
It is such a masterpiece by Salman Rushdie. All the vivid colors of nostalgic universe of memories get dispersed in the consciousness in such a manner that it transports one to experience a time travel.
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