- Title Pages
- Series editor's foreword
- 2 Political and intellectual contexts
- 3 Writing in English
- 4 Intertextuality, influence and the postmodern
- 5 Biographical contexts
- 6 From science fiction to history: <i>Grimus</i> and <i>Midnight's Children</i>
- 7 Tragedy in Shame
- 8 Satire in <i>The Satanic Verses</i>
- 9 Pessoptimistic fictions: <i>Haroun and the Sea of Stories</i> and <i>The Moor's Last Sigh</i>
- 10 The pop novel in the age of globalisation: <i>The Ground Beneath Her Feet</i> and <i>Fury</i>
- 11 Critical overview and conclusion
- Afterword Shalimar the Clown
- Select bibliography
- Salman Rushdie
- Manchester University Press
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