Shame

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Knopf Canada, 1997 - 320 pages
17 Avis
In this brilliant novel, Salman Rushdie masterfully combines history, art, language, politics, and religion. Set in a country "not quite Pakistan," the story centers around the families of two men -- one a celebrated warrior, the other, a debauched playboy engaged in a protracted duel that is played out in the political landscape of their country. Shame is a tour de force and a fitting predecessor to the author's legendary novel, The Satanic Verses.

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The writing really buzzes. - Goodreads
Either way, it was a nice introduction. - Goodreads
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Avis d'utilisateur  - Neha - Goodreads

Shame - the masterpiece of a master storyteller. I have read some Rushdie in past and every book has been an eye opener. Though his form of writing is technically called - Magical Realism. For me it's ... Consulter l'avis complet

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Avis d'utilisateur  - Madhurabharatula Pranav Rohit Kasinath - Goodreads

Someone close to me once said - this was praise, mind you - that Django Unchained was so unique because Tarantino had no respect for his audience. He made the film in his own messy, unorthodox manner ... Consulter l'avis complet

À propos de l'auteur (1997)

Salman Rushdie is the author of seven novels, including The Satanic Verses, The Ground Beneath Her Feet and Midnight’s Children for which he won the Booker Prize and the “Booker of Bookers.”

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