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Something's in it for every reader. Go, peep into Rushdie's scrap-book.
3 February 2016
A collection of essays is always fun read -- many pieces connect and stay with us, and makes us narrate to an interested friend. Imaginary Homelands is profound, insightful, provoking and poignant in its content. Collection of seventy-odd beautifully crafted essays -- every word aptly chosen -- has almost something to interest each of us, with topics as diverse as cinema to politics, Gunter Grass to Satyajit Ray to Indira Gandhi, showcasing the immense range of Rushdie's intellect and erudition. A book worth studying -- don't just read. Get it!