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After 20 Years, Arundhati Roy Is Finally Writing A Second Novel

“Twenty years after Arundhati Roy won the 1997 Booker prize for her debut novel The God of Small Things, the Indian novelist’s second, The Ministry of Utmost Happiness, is set to be published in 2017, her publisher has announced.”
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The reflection of read things

Academics / Literature : Andrew Blackman

The enthralling The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy (1997) is what I’ll be musing about. I read the novel earlier this year and was completely taken by both the beauty of it and Roy’s writing. Its narrative is that of forbidden...

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Humor : Neatorama

Taking masterpieces to court is a tradition as old as the legal system. So is letting them off the hook. 1. India Balks at Arundhati Roy’s Matchmaking Released in 1997, Indian writer Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things won Brita...

Happy Ministries

Entertainment / Books : The Millions

Fans of Arundhati Roy are celebrating at the news that the author will publish a new novel, her first in 20 years, reports Electric Literature; The Ministry of Utmost Unhappiness is scheduled for release in 2017. Our own Garth Risk ...

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

Society & Culture : Flavorwire

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 d...

Arundhati Roy to Publish First Novel in 20 Years

Technology : News Week: Technology and Science

Indian author Arundhati Roy is set to publish only her second novel 20 years after winning the Man Booker Prize for Fiction for her debut, The God of Small Things. The acclaimed author’s second novel, The Ministry of Utmost Happines...

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