Category Archives: Rushdie (Salman)

10 Famous Fetish Objects in Lit

Literature is filled with fetish objects that take on outsized significance to various characters.

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The Opening of Eyes Long Closed

A Salman Rushdie short story and a David Whyte poem lead to insights into the story of Jesus and the blind man.

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