Arundhati Roy's

Veena Ravichandran

Arundhati Roy's
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
4 October 2019

Arundhati Roy’s

Veena Ravichandran

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Amundhati Roy a Booker prize recipient and a great literary giant in the field of style heralded a new and entirely original technique in her debut novel, ‘The God Of Small Things’. This book peeps into the life of keralite society and rites and customs, tradition and patriarchal domination, a caste-ridden mentality of certain sections of people. It also exposes the malpractices of Marxism and police administration and the prosecution of the untouchables. ‘The God Of Small Things’ is a saga novel that depicts the life, destiny and fluctuating fortunes of three generations of a Syrian Christian family in Ayemenem, in central Travancore.

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