'Midnight's Children' problems.

Gene Thursby gthursby at religion.ufl.edu
Sat Nov 18 23:23:29 UTC 1995

Aditya Dev Sood's perspective on Rushdie was quite helpful.  Rushdie 
has been making a place for himself in what may (with some risk) be 
called the literature of migrancy or the literature of border-crossings.  
His collection of occasional pieces, Imaginary Homelands, is a valuable 
complement to the novels and draws out some of the implications of being 
a modern migrant or emigre.

Gene R. Thursby
University of Florida
<gthursby at religion.ufl.edu>

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