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RUSHDIE, SALMAN - THE ENCHANTRESS OF FLORENCE - a novel.

New York, Random House, 2009. 1st in paperback. Paperback, 17,5cmx10,5cm, Good condition /Cover in color, With bibliography. Sir Ahmed Salman Rushdie (*1947) is a British Indian novelist and essayist. 'The Enchantress of Florence' is the ninth novel by Salman Rushdie, published in 2008. According to Rushdie this is his 'most researched book' which required 'Years and years of reading'. The central theme is the visit of a European to the Mughal emperor Akbar's court and his claim that he is a long lost relative of Akbar, born of an exiled Indian princess and an Italian from Florence. The story moves between continents, the court of Akbar to Renaissance Florence mixing history, fantasy and fable. 388 pag.
EUR 12.00 [Appr.: US$ 13.17 | £UK 10.5 | JP• 1936] Book number 029283

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