The Golden House (novel)
Cover of first edition
|5 September 2017|
|Media type||Print (Hardcover)|
The Golden House is a 2017 novel by Salman Rushdie. The novel, his eleventh, is set in Mumbai and New York.
Writing for The Guardian, Aminatta Forna said: "Rushdie puts his finger on the nationwide identity crisis in this novel of race, reinvention and the different bubbles of US life." Reviewer Dwight Garner of The New York Times opined: "The Golden House is a big novel, wide but shallow, so wide it has its own meteorology. The forecast: heavy wind"; while New Statesman reviewer Leo Robson dismissed it as "little more than an exercise in googling, an attempt to sell the listicle as literature."
- Forna, Aminatta (16 September 2017). "The Golden House by Salman Rushdie review – a parable of modern America". The Guardian.
- Garner, Dwight (4 September 2017). "Salman Rushdie's Prose Joins the Circus in 'The Golden House'". The New York Times.
- Robson, Leo (10 September 2017). "The Golden House is Salman Rushdie's not-so-great American novel". The New Statesman.
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