Arundhati Roy

Arundhati Roy is an Indian author, essayist, and political activist born on November 24, 1961, in Shillong, India. She gained international acclaim and recognition with her debut novel, "The God of Small Things," which was published in 1997. The novel won the prestigious Man Booker Prize and catapulted Roy to literary stardom. "The God of Small Things" is a beautifully crafted work of fiction that explores complex themes of family, love, caste, and social injustice against the backdrop of Kerala, India. It remains one of the most celebrated and influential novels in contemporary Indian literature. In addition to her literary career, Arundhati Roy is known for her activism and her outspoken views on various social and political issues. She has been a vocal critic of globalization, economic inequality, and the impact of development on marginalized communities. Her essays and public speeches often address these concerns and have sparked debates and discussions both in India and internationally. Arundhati Roy's writing, whether in the form of novels or essays, is characterized by its eloquence, social conscience, and a deep commitment to addressing the pressing issues of our time. Her work has left a lasting impact on literature and activism in India and beyond.

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