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Rushdie, Salman

LC control no.n 80146294
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPR6068.U757
Personal name headingRushdie, Salman
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Variant(s)Rushdī, Salmān
Rüşdı̂, Salman
Ruždi, Salman
Salamāna Raśdī
Raśdī, Salamāna
Рушди, Салман
רושדי, סלמאן
רושדי, סלמן
رشدى، سلمان
Anton, Joseph
Other standard no.0000000122778487
Associated countryGreat Britain England India United States
LocatedNew York (N.Y.)
Birth date1947-06-19
Place of birthBombay (India)
Field of activityFiction Nonfiction novel Magic realism (Literature) East and West in literature
AffiliationAmerican Academy of Arts and Letters Emory University
New York University
Profession or occupationAuthors
University and college faculty members
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Found inGrimus, 1975.
Hamazāt shayṭānīyah wa-Salmān Rushdī, 1989.
Protesto ve Türk basını'nda Salman Rüşdı̂ olayı, 1989.
Satanski stihovi, 1990: t.p. (Salman Ruždi)
Conversations with Salman Rushdie, 2000: CIP t.p. (Salman Rushdie) chronology (Salman Ahmed Rushdie; b. in Bombay, 19 June 1947)
Ādhī rāta kī santāneṃ, 2004: t.p. (Salamāna Raśdī)
Info. converted from 678, 2012-10-02: (b. 1947)
Joseph Anton: a memoir, 2012: t.p. (Joseph Anton) jkt. (after being sentenced to death by Ayatollah Khomeini, Rushdie went into hiding, asked to provide an pseudonym by police he combined the names of two authors: Conrad and Chekhov, and became Joseph Anton)
Wikipedia Jan. 30, 2013: (Sir Ahmed Salman Rushdie; born 19 June 1947 in Bombay, British India; British Indian novelist and essayist. His second novel, Midnight's Children, won the Booker Prize in 1981. Since 2000, Rushdie has lived in the United States, where he has worked at Emory University and was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Letters; since 2000 he has lived in New York City)
LAC internal file, May 3, 2019 (heading: Rushdie, Salman)
Tuttle, Kate. Salman Rushdie on the opulent realism of his new novel, "The golden house", in Los Angeles times, September 14, 2017, viewed online August 8, 2019 (three nations where he has lived: America, England and his native India; His own identity has long included all three countries, but Rushdie is now a citizen of the place he lives. "I'm an American. I'm an American novelist")
New York University website, 14 Aug. 2022: Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, Writers in Residence page (Salman Rushdie)
New York times, 13 Aug. 2022: in an article entitled "Rushdie, author who spent years in hiding, is stabbed onstage" on front page (On Friday morning, any sense that threats to his life were a thing of the past were dispelled when an attacker rushed the stage of Chautauqua Institution where Mr. Rushdie was scheduled to give a talk about the United States as a safe haven for exiled writers; the brazen attack on Mr. Rushdie shook the literary world; Rushdie had effectively been living under a death sentence since 1989, following the publication of his novel, The Satanic Verses; Since then, Mr. Rushdie has published eight novels and a 2012 memoir, "Joseph Anton," about the fatwa)
Not found inORCID, 13 Aug. 2022
National bib agency no.0017F4410E
Associated languageeng
Invalid LCCNno2013009378
Quality codenlc