Haroun and the Sea of Stories


  1. ^ British Council Contemporary Writers, Salman Rushdie
  2. ^ Lurie, Alison (11 November 1990). "Another Dangerous Story From Salman Rushdie". The New York Times. Retrieved 4 May 2009. 
  3. ^ Actually meaning "speak!", since bolo is the imperative form of Hindi bolna "to speak".
  4. ^ http://www.shabdkosh.com/translate?e=%E0%A4%AC%E0%A4%BE%E0%A4%A4%E0%A4%9A%E0%A5%80%E0%A4%A4&f=0&t=0&l=hi
  5. ^ This being a pun once again, meaning 'gossip'. S.v. 'gap', McGregor, R.S. (ed.): Oxford Hindi-English Dictionary. Delhi: Oxford UP, 2002.
  6. ^ Haroun and the Sea of Stories – New York Magazine Classical Music Review

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