Worth the 20-year wait
May 31, 2017  11:02
"Now, in an era that feels impossibly removed from 1997, comes her second novel, "The Ministry of Utmost Happiness,' a book always threatening to surge beyond its covers. Truly, this is a remarkable creation, a story both intimate and international, swelling with comedy and outrage, a tale that cradles the world's most fragile people even while it assaults the Subcontinent's most brutal villains."

The Washington Post reviews Arundhati Roy's The Ministry of Utmost Happiness. Read
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