Inspired by the Cervantes classic, Sam DuChamp, medium pen of asset suspensers, creates Quichotte, a stately, spoiled salesperson obsessed with TV who falls in insolvable love with a television star. Together with his( imaginary) son Sancho, Quichotte sets off on a picaresque hunt across America to prove good of her hand, gallantly daring the tragicomic threats of an age where “ Anything- Can- Be. ” Meanwhile, his creator, in a majority extremity, has inversely critical challenges of his own. Just as Cervantes wrote Don Quixote to satirize the culture of his time, Rushdie takes the anthology on a wild lift through a country on the verge of moral and spiritual collapse. And with the kind of liar magic that's the hallmark of Rushdie’s work, the completely realized lives of DuChamp and Quichotte intertwine in a profoundly mortal hunt for love and a spitefully amusing portrayal of an age in which fact is so frequently indiscernible from fabrication.