Salman Rushdie's attempt at a feminist fairytale reconfiguration in Shame

@article{Deszcz2004SalmanRA,
  title={Salman Rushdie's attempt at a feminist fairytale reconfiguration in Shame},
  author={J. Deszcz},
  journal={Folklore},
  year={2004},
  volume={115},
  pages={27 - 44}
}
This article explores the extent to which the short story Shame, Salman Rushdie's reinterpretation of the Beauty‐and‐the‐Beast fairytale motif, can be treated as a postmodern feminist subversion of the master narrative of Euro‐American androcentric culture. 
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