Arundhati Roy

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Arundhati Roy is an Indian author and the 1997 winner of the Man Booker Prize for Fiction for her novel The God of Small Things.

 

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Trained as an architect, Roy reveals that she structured her novel The Ministry of Utmost Happiness like an Indian metropolis where ancient neighborhoods collide with modern urban…

Arundhati Roy: The Ministry of Utmost Happiness

Trained as an architect, Roy reveals that she structured her novel The Ministry of Utmost Happiness like an Indian metropolis where ancient neighborhoods collide with modern urban…

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