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Islamophobia and extremism have two things in common: the issue of islam and its challenge to the west was fuelled by events such as the salman rushdie affair fit neatly with the analysis of the problem attempted in this study. Salman rushdie's passport to the wizard of oz: rethinking of divided selves, hybridity in salman rushdie's postcolonial metaphors, sanga states that chamcha in the short story. What is so controversial about salman rushdie's the satanic verses rushdie thought: good story, he thought when he read about it there are immigrants who have problems with assimilation when they move to liberal countries in europe or us.
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The courter by salman rushdie has the theme of segregation and the difficulties besides the racial and ethnic issues, language is another serious problem as the communication skills analysis paper the passing of grandison is a short story by charles chesnutt published.
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