Midnight’S Children

By Salman Rushdie

Anyone who has spent time in the developing world will know that one of Bombay’s claims to fame is the enormous film industry that churns out hundreds of musical fantasies each year. The other, of course, is native son Salman Rushdie — less prolific, perhaps than Bollywood, but in his own way just as fantastical. Though Rushdie’s novels lack the r…

Published date: January 1, 1981
Type: Books
Genre: Cultural, Fiction

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Combines historical reality and mythical fiction to deliver a magnificent and magical account of India’s transition to independence and partition.