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Finally! 20 Years after “The God of Small Things,” There’s a New Arundhati Roy Novel

It’s not quite Chinese Democracy, but the question of whether Arundhati Roy would ever write a follow-up to her Man Booker Prize-winning 1997 novel The God of Small Things is one that’s been occupying fans for the best part of two decades now. Writers aren’t exactly like musicians, in fairness, and it’s not like Roy’s […]
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