Seductions of Writing and Reading

A Review of Rushdie’s Cross-Pollinations by Dana Bădulescu

Authors

  • Maria-Sabina Draga Alexandru University of Bucharest

Abstract

A review of Rushdie’s Cross-Pollinations by Dana Bădulescu

Keywords

postcolonial, Rushdie, seduction, translation

References

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BĂDULESCU, DANA. (2023) “Reading Literature: Catharsis, Duende, Pleasure and Bliss”. Philologica Jassyensia 2 (38): 129-140.

BĂDULESCU, DANA. (2022) Rushdie’s Cross-Pollinations, Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

BĂDULESCU, DANA AND DAN CRISTEA. (2020) “Reading with the Body and the Body of Books”. Philologica Jassyensia 1 (31): 13-22.

DRAGA ALEXANDRU, MARIA-SABINA. (2015) Performance and Performativity in Contemporary Indian Fiction in English. Leiden and Boston: Brill.

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Author Biography

Maria-Sabina Draga Alexandru, University of Bucharest

Maria-Sabina Draga Alexandru is Reader in English at the University of Bucharest. She holds a PhD in philosophy (University of Bucharest) and a PhD in English (postcolonialism, University of East Anglia). Her main research interests are global/transnational writing in English, gender studies, postcolonialism and postcommunism. Among her many publications is the above cited Performance and Performativity in Contemporary Indian Fiction in English (Brill, 2015).

Published

15-04-2024

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