Salman Rushdie’s Languages of Truth, his second non-fiction anthology, is engaging, funny and intimate

//Salman Rushdie’s Languages of Truth, his second non-fiction anthology, is engaging, funny and intimate

Salman Rushdie’s Languages of Truth, his second non-fiction anthology, is engaging, funny and intimate

Languages of Truth by Salman Rushdie, pub. Jonathan CapeThe 21st century essay collection feels like one of publishing’s weirder propositions. In one corner is the necessarily occasional content (articles written at different times about different things for different reasons); in the other is the book itself, which hopes to unify this content into a coherent, satisfying whole.At their best, these anthologies curate an author’s scattered non-fiction output into a compact fusion of reportage,…

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