The Moor's Last SighBook - 1995
Winner of England's prestigious Whitbread Ward, Rushdie's first novel in seven years is a peppery melange of genres: a deliciously inventive family saga; a subversive alternate history of modern India; a fairy tale as inexhaustibly imagined as any in The Arabian Nights; and a book of ideas on topics from art to ethnicity, from religious fanaticism to the terrifying power of love.
Publisher: Toronto : Knopf, c1995.
Characteristics: 434 p. :,ill., geneal. table ;,24 cm.