The Algebra of Infinite Justice

The Algebra of Infinite Justice

Book - 2001
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A few weeks after India detonated a thermonuclear device in 1998, Arundhati Roy wrote the essay The End of Imagination, in which she said: My world has died. And I write to mourn its passing. The essay, as have all its successors, attracted worldwide attention, debate and acclaim. In the years since, the essays she has published in magazines and newspapers worldwide have reinforced an impression of a writer in the modern world prepared to use her fame and gifts in the cause of the voiceless and the overlooked. Those essays are gathered together here. Carefully revealed and closely argued, they demand to be read and discussed; they dispute, they challenge, they provoke and they uplift.
Publisher: New Delhi : London : Viking, 2001
Description: xxiv, 299 p. ; 20 cm
ISBN: 9780007149490
Branch Call Number: 824 Roy


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emily8 Sep 20, 2012

Roy's book of essays is stunning.
Would be a wonderful and power-
ful addition to hs senior reading
list. Loving and remarkable book...

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