Eroticism As Politics In Arundhati Roy's The God Of Small Things

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In her novel The God of Small Things Arundhati Roy talks about the clash between the small things of life and the big things. The big things are no doubt powerful and able to control small things yet small things are no less important. The overall personality of a person is the results of various small things jointed together. The novel also talks about rules (big thing) and transgression (by small things), love laws and love, decisions and destructions. The novel clearly expresses that the world of decision-making is not a plain world where results tally with one’s assumptions. The result is an outcome of a number of inter-related factors and is always influenced by the meta-narrative of the society. The main characters of the novel i.e. Ammu,…show more content…
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