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“And the air was full of Thoughts and Things to Say. But at times like these, only the Small Things are ever said. Big Things lurk unsaid inside.” - Arundhati Roy.
An eminent novelist, writer, and political activist - Arundhati Roy has won the hearts of many people with her writing. Born in the year 1961, this Indian author has written many critically-acclaimed books and novels. She started her career by writing for screenplays. Her first work was for the movie “In Which Annie Gives It Those Ones”, where she wrote the screenplay based on her experiences as a student of architecture. One of her renowned books is “The God of Small Things” that bagged her 'The Man Booker Prize for Fiction’ in the year 1997. Thanks to online shopping, now, you can buy her books from the comfort of your home. From ‘Broken Republic’ and ‘The Algebra of Infinite Justice’ to ‘The God Small Things’ and ‘The War That Never Ends’, there are books in different genres to fit your reading requirements. When you buy Arundhati Roy’s books online, you can avail great deals and discounts with your purchase. What’s more, they will also be delivered to your doorstep as per your convenience.
The God of Small Things“It is after all so easy to shatter a story. To break a chain of thought. To ruin a fragment of a dream being carried around carefully like a piece of porcelain. To let it be, to travel with it, as Velutha did, is much the harder thing to do.” - Arundhati Roy, The God of Small Things.This debut novel by Arundhati Roy is widely appreciated by many readers. It revolves around the experiences of fraternal twins, Esthappen and Rahel, and their family. It describes the miserable life of Ammu, the mother of the twins. She married an alcoholic man who also used to abuse her. This made her decide to leave the house and run away to her grandmother’s house. The story takes an unusual turn when Chacko invites his ex-wife and her daughter for Christmas celebration. Its interesting storyline keeps the reader hooked until the end.
The Algebra of Infinite Justice“I’d say that the only thing worth globalizing is dissent. It’s India’s best export.” - Arundhati Roy, The Algebra of Infinite Justice.
A political activist that she is, in this book she writes about various issues related to politics. With this collection of essays, she expresses her views on different topics, like, globalization, terrorism and nuclear disarmament. She doesn’t flinch from expressing her opinions on different political issues. She writes about power and corruption, presenting an account of past situations in India. She blends her views, facts, and emotions together to make this book interesting and to-the-point. You may not agree with everything she says, but you will be able to form your own opinion by the end of the read. From nuclear tests to the communal conflagration in Gujarat, Arundhati Roy has been quite vocal with her opinions in this book.
Apart from the above-mentioned books, she has also written a few more interesting books like ‘An Ordinary Person’s Guide to Empire’, ‘The Cost of Living’, ‘Power Politics, ‘Public Power in the Age of Empire’, ‘War Talk’, ‘Field Notes on Democracy’, ‘The Annihilation of Caste’, ‘Things That Can and Cannot Be Said’, ‘The End of Imagination’, ‘The Doctor and the Saint: Caste and Race’, ‘The Ministry of Utmost Happiness’ and ‘Walking with Comrades’.