Random House




Like Cervantes, Salman Rushdie is able to balance his commentary with a voice full of tragicomic fervor.

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Review of ‘Quichotte’

Some stories are eternal, and while writers don’t necessarily repeat them word-for-word through the generations, they are capable of crafting compelling echoes that evoke both the time we’re in and the universal emotional constants of humanity. Evoking that sense of universality becomes more difficult when you’re telling a story that’s an open homage to one…

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