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Introduction 1 Harold Bloom Rushdie's Shame as Apologue 5 M.D. Fletcher Censorship and Justice: On Rushdie and Soyinka 19 Henry Louis Gates, Jr. "Rehearsing Voices": Salman Rushdie's Grimus 23 Catherine Cundy Literary Theory and the Rushdie Affair 37 K.M. Newton The Satanic Verses as a Cinematic Narrative 51 Nicholas D. Rombes, Jr Postcolonial Differend: Diasporic Narratives of Salman Rushdie 63 Vijay Mishra Materialism, the Uncanny, and History in Toni Morrison and Salman Rushdie 99 Eleni Coundouriotis Tales of the Alhambra: Rushdie's Use of Spanish History in The Moor' Last Sigh 121 Paul A. Cantor Victim into Protagonist? Midnight' Children and the Post-Rushdie National Narratives of the Eighties 145 Josna E. Rege Demonizing Discourse in Salman Rushdie's The Satanic Verses 185 Brian Finney Pessoptimism: Satire and the Menippean Grotesque in Rushdie's Midnight's Children 209 John Clement Ball "You Must Remember This": Salman Rushdie's The Moor's Last Sigh 233 Stephen Baker The Dialectic of Shame: Representation in the MetaNarrative of Salman Rushdie's Shame 247 Ayelet Ben-YishaiLibrary of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Rushdie, Salman Criticism and interpretation