Table of contents for Salman Rushdie / edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom.

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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-Yishai


Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Rushdie, Salman Criticism and interpretation