Pakistan: Salman Rushdie

The Organic Brew on Salman Rushdie's Midnight's Children – “But my own personal perspective is that the book and its characters are really more about the great tragedy of Kashmir and her people than meet the eye at first. This is of necessity placed in the cultural milieu of India, but to confuse the two would be to under appreciate this seminal work.”

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