Two Years, Eight Months and Twenty‑Eight Nights

(Guardian Books) – Ursula K Le Guin:

There are clear parallels with Salman Rushdie’s own experience in this ever-unfolding fairytale that, through magic and myth, meditates brilliantly on storytelling, fanaticism and life’s agonies and choices. …

theguardian…2015/sep/04/two-years…review

Salman Rushdie: Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights

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