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Midnight's Children

Midnight's Children

  

by Salman Rushdie

Analysis: Trivia

Brain Snacks: Tasty Tidbits of Knowledge

Those Seinfeld guys need to brush up on their literature. In one episode they mistook Salman Rushdie for some guy named Sal Bass! (Source.)

Rushdie is not a religious guy, though when he was threatened with death he had a mysterious religious relapse and embraced Islam. (Source.)

Well, someone gave this guy a break. He was knighted in 2007. (Source.)

India's got a heckofa history. (Source.)

Everyone wants to get a piece of Kashmir. Unfortunately, that's made it pretty hard for Kashmir at times. (Source.)

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