This engaging summary presents an analysis of Midnight’s Children by Salman Rushdie, a powerful portrait of the diversity and richness of Indian culture as embodied by the eponymous “midnight children”, all of whom were born at the moment India became independent and who therefore possess magical talents and an innate connection to their homeland and to each other. However, two of these children, Saleem and Shiva, are even more closely connected than they know, and their rivalry will eventually lead all of the children to their doom… Salman Rushdie is a British Indian writer whose distinctive writing style blends historical fiction and magical realism, often through the perspective of an unreliable narrator. His writing has often sparked controversy, and he was the target of a failed assassination attempt in 1989 as a result. Midnight’s Children is his second novel.
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Midnight's Children by Salman Rushdie (Book Analysis)
|Editeur (Livre) :|
|Date sortie / parution :||07/05/2018|
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|Support (Livre) :||Ebook Epub|
|Format Ebook :||Epub|
|Type de protection :||Digital watermarking|
REF : 9782808001786