First, thanks to Kate for last week’s blog and I must apologise. I got my fingers in a twist and called her Kate Musgrove instead of giving her correct name – Muscroft. Kate, I’m sorry!
This week I’ve been giving myself a literary treat, reading Salman Rushdie’s The Enchantress of Florence. It’s a long time since I read Midnight’s Children and I’d forgotten how wonderfully he writes. It’s been made even more special by the fact that much of the action takes place in Fatehpur Sikri in India – the short-lived capital created by Akbar, the greatest Mughal emperor. I was there last year, early in the morning before many other tourists arrived. It’s a haunting location, but not difficult to imagine the magnificence that Rushdie recreates. Read the rest of this entry »
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