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    overview - The God Of Small Things

    The God Of Small Things is the story of Estha and Rahel, a set of fraternal twins. They live with their mother Ammu in Aymanam, a small town in Kerala, India.

    The book is a third-person narrative of events, not in a sequential order. It contains fragmented pieces of time, involving flashbacks and other events materialising in parallel. It speaks mainly from the unique, innocent perspective of children, who are very sensitive to the people and the environment around them.

    Estha’s molestation by a beverage vendor is the first traumatic event that throws the lives of the twins into a downward spiral. Their attempt at running away from home, accompanied by their cousin Sophie Mol, takes a disastrous turn as Sophie ends up dead in a drowning accident.

    The book takes a big leap into the future, with Estha and Rahel reuniting at the age of 31. The turbulent events of their past have changed them drastically-Estha has turned perpetually mute, and Rahel is haunted by the emptiness in her life. Their reunion has a healing effect on their lives to some extent.

    The relationship between Ammu - the twins’ mother, and Velutha, a man belonging to the lowest caste (and therefore considered untouchable), is another story that runs in parallel to that of the twins.

    The book embeds a major part of the author’s childhood experiences in Aymanam. It illuminates the deep-rooted caste system in India, and the cultural and political tensions that arise as a result of such social discrimination. The book was 4 years in the making, from 1992 to 1996, and was published in 1997. It catapulted the author to fame and brought her much commercial success. The God Of Small Things won her the Booker Prize the same year. It drew positive as well as negative responses globally.

    About The Author
    Arundhati Roy is an Indian author, famed for her award-winning debut novel, The God Of Small Things.

    She has written one novel, several essays, and screenplays. Some of her works include War Talk, Power Politics, The Greater Common Good, The End Of Imagination, An Ordinary Person’s Guide To Empire, The Cost Of Living, The Algebra Of Infinite Justice, and Gandhi But With Guns. Her writing often tackles various environmental, political, and social issues. Her frank expression of opinions through her writing and activism has garnered her extremes of praise and criticism from all across the world.

    Roy was born on November 24, 1961, in Shillong, Meghalaya in India. She was raised in Kerala, where she attended the Corpus Christi school in Kottayam. She later attended the Lawrence School, Lovedale in Tamil Nadu. She then pursued architecture at the School Of Planning And Architecture, Delhi. She worked for movies and television at the start of her career. Her writing as well as her social campaigns have won her quite a few awards, including the Booker Prize, the Norman Mailer Prize for Distinguished Writing, the Sahitya Akademi Award, and the Sydney Peace Prize. Roy is now married to her second husband, a filmmaker named Pradip Kishen. She currently resides in New Delhi.

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    Publisher : Penguin Books
    Cover : Paperback
    No. Of Pages : 256
    Date of Publication : 2003-07-15
    Language : English
    ISBN 13 : 9780143028574
    ISBN 10 : 014302857X
    Year Of Publication : 2003
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