Videos and Supplemental Information for The Satanic Verses


Salman Rushdie responds to India’s banning of The Satanic Verses: My Book Speaks for Itself, 2 pages

The New York Times, February 17, 1989, Section A, Page 39. Accessed 12 Jan. 2024.

New York Times‘ literary critic Michiko Kakutani discusses The Satanic Verses: ‘The Satanic Verses’_ What Rushdie Wrote, 3 pages

Salman Rushdie writes about The Satanic Verses in his essay In Good Faith, 22 pages.

From the Rushdie’s book of essays Imaginary Homelands.

Quick Overview of each character, themes, and historical context: The_Satanic_Verses, 25 pages

“The Satanic Verses.” Novels for Students, edited by Ira Mark Milne and Sara Constantakis, vol. 22, Gale, 2006, pp. 228-253. Gale Accessed 31 Jan. 2024..

Article discussing themes and general overview: The Satanic Verses by Robert L. Ross, 3 pages

Notes/Reference Guide is a helpful resource to better understand words, cultural references, etc. found in the novel. Provided by Paul Brians, Professor of English, Washington State University., 93 pages



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