Nobel Prize 2022: Discussion of Salman Rushdie’s name for this year’s Nobel Prize in Literature, according to sources

Salman Rushdie May Get Nobel Prize: Well-known author and Booker Prize-winning veteran writer Salman Rushdie (Salman Rushdie) is the 2022  Nobel Prize  (Nobel Prize for Literature) are strong contenders. It has been reported that his name is preferred for this year’s Nobel Prize.  According to media reports, his name is being discussed for this award. 

Salman Rushdie was born in a Muslim family in Mumbai. Rushdie spent his childhood in Mumbai. Salman Rushdie wrote many controversial books. The book The Satanic Verses remains in discussion. In August, he was attacked in New York, which brought him back into the limelight. This year’s Nobel Prize in Literature will be announced on Thursday (October 6). This award is given to individuals who contribute to the field of literature. 
The book The Satanic Verses has been banned in Iran since 1988. Rushdie has been accused of showing the brotherhood of Muslims in this book. The book The Satanic Verses has won many awards. Salman Rushdie has written 14 books. Among his notable books are Grimmous, Midnight’s Children, Shame, The Satanic Verses, Aaron and the Sea of ​​Stories, The Moor’s Last Sigh, The Ground Beneath Her Feet Fury, Shalimar the Clown, The Enchantress’s Golden House and Quixote. He has also been awarded the International Booker Prize for his novel Midnight Children.

Nobel committee has not yet announced the name for the Nobel Prize for Literature. Neither the media nor the members have been informed about this. His name is discussed among the contenders to win the award.  The announcement of Nobel Prizes started from October 3. The Nobel Prize in Medicine was announced on Monday. This award will be given to Sweden’s Svante Pabo. On Tuesday, the physics award was announced. The award was announced by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences to Alain Aspect, John F. Clauser  and Anton Zelinger. On Wednesday, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences awarded Caroline R. Bertozzi , Morton Meldl  And K. Barry Sharpless was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. 

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