Salman Rushdie And The Fatwa
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|salman rushdie and the fatwa
By Matthew Hanscom
Salman Rushdie was seen by some as a famous novelist with great skill at what he does and seen by others as a blasphemous heretic.
Rushdie was born in June 1947 in Bombay, India as the only son out of four children. His family originates from Kashmir, so his first language was Urdu-Hindi, though he also speaks English and the Bombay language Merethi. Many of his family members died when he was very young, the worst of which was the death of his father in 1957. He grew up in a very commercial environment where people were put to work in their teenage years. He wrote his first book Midnight Children while he attended a cathedral school in Bombay, and he found his calling as a novelist.
He then went on to attend Cambridge University. At Cambridge he studied history and wrote a great paper on Muhammed which forms the basis of much of the Muhammed account in his famous but bla...
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