Haroun & the Sea of Stories: The Allegorical Clues (Chap. 5-8)

In both Bolo and Mudra, Rushdie recognizes their inability to conform to their nation’s ideals, whether consciously (like Mudra’s refusal to fight for Khattam-Shud), or subconsciously (like Bolo in his blunt speech and mannerisms).

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