The God of Small Things


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  10. ^ Boilen, Bob (29 October 2015). "First Watch: Darlingside, 'God of Loss'". Retrieved 25 April 2017. The character Velutha is tangled in a web of familial, cultural and romantic loyalties. The lyrics for 'The God of Loss' were inspired by Velutha's attempts to preserve his humanity in the face of those competing forces.
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