The God of Small Things Essay | Essay

Arundhati Roy
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The God of Small Things

Summary: based on "the God of small things", "Colonised people are not simply those whose labour has been appropriated but those whose soul dwells an inferiority complex created by the death and burial of the its local cultural originality" How true is this statement?
"Colonised people are not simply those whose labour has been appropriated but those whose soul dwells an inferiority complex created by the death and burial of the its local cultural originality" How true is this statement"

I agree with this statement to quite a large extent. I think that souls of colonized people dwell an inferiority complex created by both the colonial rule and the death and burial of the local cultural originality. Moreover, I believe that ` inferiority complex' and the `death and burial of cultural originality' will later become two components of a vicious circle as time goes by.

It is easily understood that colonized people are those whose physical labour has been appropriated. People's lives are always affected by government, politics and economy. Colonised people are under the rule of a foreign country and their government is run by a foreign ruler. They have to obey...

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