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This was exceptionally well done. A+ for plan and execution Mr. Rushdie.
Reading Salman Rushdie makes me want to take an advanced mythology class. He really uses it well. According to Wiki, it is a variation on the Orpheus/Eurydice myth with rock music replacing Orpheus’ lyre. The myth works as a red thread from which the author sometimes strays, but to which he attaches an endless series of references. I feel like I maybe got half the references. Thanks to my recent read of The Sandman
Knew it was my favorite book ever as soon as I read it. Read all the others I’d said that about again just to be sure. It was. Rushdie’s polyglot wordplay and his gift for pun (Why is it that multi-lingual writers like Rushdie and Nabokov are the most exceptional punsters?) are irrepressible. It’s a transcontinental, slightly-fantastical elseworld story in which making music seems the most important thing a person can do. Add to it all the burbling, effusive joy with which Rushdie handles langua
A strange and abounding novel, which plunges us into the destiny of an imaginary rock band, whose two leaders, united and torn by a love story, gradually change the face of the world.
The story is mainly due to the fantastic pinch which the author has sprinkled, the group’s inspirer being in contact with a mysterious parallel dimension that gradually invades the narrative.
In the end, a book that is worth the detour, especially for what you learn about India, but not always easy, especially in the