• Sal-Man Rushdie!
    paper analytical Sir Ahmed Salman Rushdie (Kashmiri: अहमद सलमान रुशदी (Devanagari), احمد سلمان رشدی (Nastaleeq); English pronunciation: /sælˈmɑːn ˈrʊʃdi/;[2] born 19 June 1947) is a British-Indian novelist and essayist. He achieved notability with his second novel, Midnight's Children (1981), which...
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  • The Free Radio
    ”The Free Radio” The theme of the short story “The Free Radio” from the book “East, west” (1994) by Salman Rushdie is basically the meeting between the old Indian culture and the modern western culture, which exists more and more in today’s India. Although it is easy to tell that this is the name...
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  • Freedom of Speech
    Free speech is the whole thing, the whole ball game. Free speech is life itself." The basic rights guaranteed to Americans in the Bill of Rights is what holds the United States together. When Salman Rushdie wrote Guardian, he knew this. Unfortunately, the majority of congress and the President himself...
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  • Short Stories
    "The Free Radio" and "Everything Rises Must Converge," the main characters of each story have to make many important decisions/choices. The choices that are made change how other characters see the main character as well as how they react to them. In the short story, "The Free Radio," by...
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  • The Free Radio Salman Rushdie
    Olivet Nazarene University Digital Commons @ Olivet Honors Program Projects Honors Program 5-1-2011 East / West: Salman Rushdie and Hybridity Jessica Brown Olivet Nazarene University, jessicabrwn45@gmail.com Follow this and additional works at: http://digitalcommons.olivet.edu/honr_proj...
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  • Post Colonial
    English and American Studies English Language and Literature Eva Kroupová Postcolonial Theory and Practice - Zadie Smith and Salman Rushdie Master’s Diploma Thesis Supervisor: Dr. Stephen Paul Hardy, M.A., Ph.D. 2008 ...
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  • censorship
    messages in any form. When censorship limits that, it limits our freedom as well. The media is controlled, or censored, in a number of ways. In America “radio and television broadcasters must obtain a license from the government” (SparkNotes Editors). This can help regulate what our society sees and hears...
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  • Censorship
    country where everyone lives in fear.” – Harry S. Truman “What is freedom of expression? Without the freedom to offend, it ceases to exist.” – Salman Rushdie “When truth is replaced by silence, the silence is a lie.” – Yevgeny Yevtushenko “There is more than one way to burn a book. You don’t have to...
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  • Midnight's Children Thesis
    Midnight’s Children by Salman Rushdie (A Study On Postcolonial Innovations) A Thesis Presented to the Department of Literature College of Nursing In Partial Fulfilment of the Requirement in Literature 101 World Literatures Tan, John Ryan N. March 2012 TABLE...
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  • Effects of Reality Tv on Society
    process they lose their critical thinking skills. A great example can be seen in John Cheveer’s article ‘’The Enormous Radio’’. In the article a woman has a radio that is capable of playing the neighbor’s conversations. The woman has created an apished public self, and when...
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    The ban on Kamal Haasan’s new movie was upheld, prompting him to consider moving to another country, and internationally acclaimed writer Salman Rushdie was stopped from attending Asia’s largest book fair in Kolkata. J Jayalalithaa’s Tamil Nadu government was quick to ban the screening of Haasan’s...
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  • Salman Rushdie Papers
    RUSHDIE, SALMAN. Salman Rushdie papers, 1947-2008 Emory University Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library Atlanta, GA 30322 404-727-6887 marbl@emory.edu Descriptive Summary Creator: Title: Call Number: Extent: Abstract: Language: Rushdie, Salman. Salman Rushdie papers, 1947-2008 Manuscript...
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  • Examination of Salman Rushdie's "The Courter."
    POP-CULTURE REFERENCES IN CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE Salman Rushdie's "The Courter." is an example of a story that uses popular culture references to address the events and the feelings of characters of a particular time. In "The Courter" Rushdie uses references of culture from the early 1960's, such...
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  • C.Ethics
    Salman Rushdie: Satanic Verses 'would not be published today' Salman Rushdie: "My view was and is that nothing is off limits" Continue reading the main story Related Stories Worrying victory for India's extremes Blocked Rushdie 'sad for India' Sir Salman Rushdie...
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  • Salman Rushdie
    Poe. Yet, Salman Rushdie was the first author in the free world to have been pursued from across continents and forced into hiding because of a death sentence by a foreign government. To say Salman Rushdie is a very controversial writer in today's society would be a gross understatement. Rushdie in fact...
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  • Deconstructive Reading, Reasoning Under the Postcolonial Observation in “Imaginary Homelands”
    Postcolonialism m) Deconstruction and supplementarity 3. Association of various terms and terminologies with the text 4. Literary life of Salman Rushdie 5. Writings of Salman Rushdie 6. Imaginary Homelands- A very short introduction 7. Points for study and arguments 8. Methodology and the way of arguments ...
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  • the satanic verses
    The Satanic Verses is Salman Rushdie's fourth novel, first published in 1988 . The frame narrative, like many other stories by Rushdie, involves Indian expatriates in contemporary England. The two protagonists, Gibreel Farishta and Saladin Chamcha, are both actors of Indian Muslim background. Farishta...
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  • Midnight's Children
    Rushdie uses many techniques in “Midnight’s Children” which involves magical reality, history and political issues. The oral narrative used by Saleem Sinai is the advanced technique, where he narrates his story of life to his beloved, called Padma. It is a story of two nations. Midnight’s Children is...
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  • The Theme of Necter in the Seive
    realism, which includes such English-language authors as Peter Carey, Angela Carter, E.L. Doctorow, John Fowles, Mark Helprin or Emma Tennant. Salman Rushdie was condemned to death by the former Iranian spiritual leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini on February 14, 1989, after publishing Satanic Verses...
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  • East West
    Good Advice Is Rarer than Rubies by Salman Rushdie Brief summary One Tuesday morning, the beautiful Miss Rehana leaves a bus in front of the British Consulate somewhere in Pakistan. Her parents are dead,and her fiancé,who lives in Bradford and who she has not seen since she was nine years old,has...
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