Arundhati Roy

 
​Arundhati Roy: Brilliant, troubled and troubling
​Arundhati Roy: Brilliant, troubled and troubling
In the 1780s, the Dutch East India Company moved the eastern border of the Cape to the Fish River. Under European law, this act tacitly affirmed...
Roy brings nationalists no joy
Roy brings nationalists no joy
Had she chosen to soak herself in praise and read from the same scripts so many of India’s public figures read from, Arundhati Roy might have...
Back to the storyboard
Back to the storyboard
Many had written off the chances that Arundhati Roy would return to the world of fiction. Her astounding first novel, The God of Small Things, won the Booker in 1997. Ten years and six million copies later there was still no repeat of the lyrical, whirling debut. Instead Roy...

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