|Rushdie-itis and copycats
||[Oct. 27th, 2010|02:44 pm]
Discussion of the works of Salman Rushdie
I'm brand new to this community, and I'm so glad to find people who are interested in this writer.
Recently I've started to work on a new project that describes a Rushdie-pattern discourse in postcolonial literature. I wonder if anyone has come across some Rushdie-like "mainstream" books lately? A couple of names or book titles would be of great help
Thanks in advance