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Salman Rushdie on his new novel, the Indian and Arab tales that inspired it, and the constant battle against fundamentalism

Worn out by writing his memoirs, Rushdie returned to the wonder stories he grew up with for his latest book, a return to the 'high fabulism' he is so well known for

16 Sep 2015 - 12:16PM

Worn out by writing his memoirs, Rushdie returned to the wonder stories he grew up with for his latest book, a return to the 'high fabulism' he is so well known for

Salman Rushdie on his new novel, the Indian and Arab tales that inspired it, and the constant battle against fundamentalism