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Salman Rushdie

Shalimar The Clown by Salman Rushdie

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“Shalimar the Clown” is a novel by the acclaimed British-Indian author Salman Rushdie. It was first published in 2005 and explores a wide range of themes, including love, betrayal, political conflict, and cultural identity.

The story is set in the region of Kashmir, which is known for its stunning natural beauty but has also been a place of conflict and political turmoil. The novel opens with the assassination of the American ambassador to India, and the rest of the story unfolds through a series of flashbacks and multiple perspectives. The central character is Shalimar, a talented and charismatic young performer who becomes a terrorist after a tragic event.

The novel weaves together personal narratives and larger political and historical contexts. It delves into the lives of its characters, their relationships, and the impact of terrorism and political conflict on their lives. Salman Rushdie’s writing is known for its rich and complex storytelling, and “Shalimar the Clown” is no exception.

The book has received critical acclaim for its exploration of the human cost of political violence and its complex characters. It is a thought-provoking and multifaceted novel that touches on themes of love, revenge, and the clash of cultures.

2 reviews for Shalimar The Clown by Salman Rushdie

  1. Pankaj Sharma (Verified Purchase)

    Excellent book.. And i received a fresh copy.. Thankyou OldBook Depot. Coming to book don’t expect Midnight Children or Satanic Verses and you will enjoy it.

  2. Harshit Chauhan (Verified Purchase)

    The books were delivered in very good condition. The notes attached with the delivery felt so personal. Loved the large font edition. Read it without any strain on eyes.

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