Books written by Arundhati Roy

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The Ministry of Utmost Happiness

Hamish Hamilton | June 6, 2017 | 320 pages
A richly moving new novel--the first since the author's Booker Prize-winning, internationally celebrated debut, The God of Small Things, went on to become a beloved best seller and enduring classic. The Ministry of Utmost Happiness transports us across a subcontinent on a journey of many years. It... More Info

The God of Small Things

Vintage Books Canada | April 25, 2017 | 336 pages
"Likened to the works of Faulkner and Dickens, this extraordinarily accomplished debut novel is a brilliantly plotted story of forbidden love and piercing political drama, centered on an affluent Indian family that is forever changed by a visit from their English relatives. Set mainly in Kerala,... More Info

Capitalism

May 13, 2014 | 230 pages
Praise for Arundhati Roy's Field Notes on Democracy: "Gorgeously wrought . . . pitch-perfect prose. . . . In language of terrible beauty, she takes India's everyday tragedies and reminds us to be outraged all over again."?Time "In her searing account, Roy asks whether our shriveled forms of... More Info

Kashmir

Verso Books | October 24, 2011 | 140 pages
Kashmir is one of the most protracted and bloody occupations in the world-and one of the most ignored. Under an Indian military rule that, at half a million strong, exceeds the total number of US forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, freedom of speech is non-existent, and human- rights abuses and... More Info

For reasons of state

New Press, The | October 21, 2017 | 440 pages
Analyzes the events surrounding the Vietnam War with articles and essays that include depictions of the domestic and international affairs, an illumination of the Pentagon Papers, and an introduction to anarchism.  More Info