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This book critically evaluates the various aspects of Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things, the Booker Prize winner book. The book opens with a brief survey of Indian English Literature and analyzes the Indian tradition of socially committed novelist. The second chapter is brief introduction of the life and work of author, the third chapter tries to evaluate the characters. The fourth chapter tries to study about women discrimination. The fifth chapter is devoted to the theme of untouchability. The book, I hope, will certainly prove to be a great asset for all those teachers, scholars and students who want to study Arundhati Roy’s matter and manner.