Malik, Kenan
November 2012
New Humanist;Nov/Dec2012, Vol. 127 Issue 6, p37
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the writings of Salman Rushdie which created riots and became a subject of blasphemy. It informs that Joseph Anton wrote about the isolation, dislocation and humiliation of the fatwa years while Rushdie wrote about emotional turbulence which occurred by the scrutiny of strangers. It informs that his writing ''The Satanic Verses'' still continue to be published.


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