Haroun and The Sea Of Stories

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Penguin UK, Oct 14, 2000 - Fiction - 224 pages
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In a sad city, the saddest of cities, a city so ruinously sad that it had forgotten its name, lived a professional storyteller named Rashid and his son Haroun.' Thus begins Rushdie's magical and delightful book, which is comprised of hundreds of stories, funny and sad, all of them juggled at once, together with sorcery and love, wicked uncles and fat aunts, and mustachioed gangsters in yellow check pants.
 

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Suppose you are an internationally acclaimed novelist who has written a book that some people view as blasphemous to a revered figure in a major world religion. A leading cleric of the faith tries to ... Read full review

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I was assigned a section of Rushdie in College Lit. I LOVED this book and it is a great bedtime story too. My kids love it so much that my 27 yr old daughter requested this as a present for Christmas! Read full review

Contents

About the Author
The Shah of Blah
The Mail Coach
The Dull Lake
An Iff and a Butt
About Guppees and Chupwalas
The Spys Story
Into the Twilight Strip
Shadow Warriors
The Dark Ship
Harouns Wish
Princess Batcheat
Was It the Walrus?
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