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The Question and Answer section for The God of Small Things is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
I think this speaks to how lives are shaped and changed over time. One of the refrains Roy uses in The God of Small Things is, "Things can change in a day." This phrase encapsulates the tumultuousness of the characters' lives; when change happens...
I love this title. I would not dare to give it another one. Society often regards God as grandiose when in reality God lives within the small details of life. Indeed, our lives are small and are narratives is where God can be found.
I think the most important message of the novel is about love and families, or maybe I should just say "unconditional love." What this story portrays is the fact that unconditional love isn't a requirement. Family members don't...