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Will Salman Rushdie Greet This Stinging Review With 'Lordly Nonchalance'?

Posted at 7:08AM Monday 03 Dec 2012

He has survived a fatwa and is an undisputed titan of modern literature.

But Sir Salman Rushdie appears to have made a new foe in the shape of fellow British writer Zoe Heller – whose scathing review of his memoirs has been described as the most devastating hatchet job of 2012.

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