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On the Web: Articles

Not Again. Arundathi Roy, Guardian (9/30/02).

War Talk: Summer Games with Nuclear Bombs. Arundhati Roy, Nation (6/4/02).

The Algebra of Infinite Justice. Arundhati Roy (10/01).

Brutality Smeared in Peanut Butter, Guardian (10/23/01). Why America must stop the war now.

Insult & Injury in Afghanistan: America's Ill-Conceived War on Terror (10/20/01). (also entitled "Pigs are Horses. War is Peace").

Interview in Progressive (4/01).

For the Greater Common Good: The Pen as a Tool for Activism [interview by Franny Armstrong], Satya (4/00). Struggle against the Narmada Dam project.

On the Web: Specialized Sites

Short bio of Arundhati Roy. Also contains links to essays and articles.

In the Library: Articles

Barsamian, David. "Arundhati Roy [interview]," Progressive (4/01):33-39.

Hochschild, Arlie Russell. "Arundhati Roy: activist in an angry world [interview]," Mother Jones (1/2/02):74-76.

Roy, Arundhati."The end of imagination," Nation (9/28/98). On India's nuclear test.

__________. "The greater common good," World Rivers Review 14,4 (8/99).

__________. "The algebra of infinite justice," Guardian (9/29/01).

__________. "Brutality smeared in peanut butter," Guardian (10/22/01).

__________. "War is peace. So now we know," In These Times (11/26/01):11-14.

__________. "Shall we leave it to the experts?" Nation (2/18/02):16-20. On big Enron power project in India, & need for world-wide campaign of resistance.

__________. "Fascism's firm footprint in India," Nation (9/30/02):16-18.

__________. "Confronting empire," Nation (3/10/03):16.

__________. "Seize the time," In These Times (7/7/03):14-17.

__________. "The new American Century," Nation (2/9/04):11-14.

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books

Barsamian, David. The Checkbook & the Cruise Missile: Conversations with Arundhati Roy (Cambridge MA: South End, 2004).

Bhatt, Indira & Indira Nityanandam. Explorations: Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things (New Delhi: Creative, 1999).

Dhawan, R.K. (ed.) Arundhati Roy: The Novelist Extraordinary (London: Sangam, 1999).

Dodiya, Jaydipsinh & Joya Chakravarty (eds.) The Critical Studies of Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things (New Delhi: Atlantic, 1999).

Durix, Carole & Jean-Pierre Durix. Reading Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things (Dijon: Universitaires de Dijon, 2002).

Mullaney, Jane. Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things: A Reader's Guide (NY: Continuum, 2002).

Patak, R.S. (ed.) The Fictional World of Arundhati Roy (New Delhi: Creative, 2001).

Roy, Arundhati. The Soviet Intervention in Afghanistan: Causes, Consequences & India's Response (New Delhi, 1987).

__________. The Cost of Living (NY, 1999). Includes two essays: "The End of Imagination" & "The Greater Common Good."

__________. Power Politics (Cambridge MA: South End, 2001).

__________. Ben Laden: secret de famille de l'Amérique (Paris: Gallimard, 2001).

__________. The Algebra of Infinite Justice (London: Flamingo, 2002). Includes essays on high dams, nuclear weapons & the war on terrorism.

__________. War Talk (Cambridge MA: South End, 2003).

__________. In Which Annie Gives It Those Ones: The Original Screenplay (New Delhi: Penguin, 2003).

__________. Come September: Arundhati Roy in Conversation with Howard Zinn (Oakland CA: AK, 2003).

__________. The Ordinary Person's Guide to Empire (London: Flamingo, 2004).

Sharma, A.P. The Mind & the Art of Arundhati Roy: A Critical Appraisal of Her Novel, The God of Small Things (New Delhi: Minerva, 2000).

Surendran, K.V. The God of Small Things: A Saga of Lost Dreams (New Delhi: Atlantic, 2000).

In the Library: Fiction

Roy, Arundhati. The God of Small Things (NY, 1997).

In the Library: For Young Readers

In the Library: Poetry

In the Library: Drama

In the Library: Photography

CD & Audio

Film & Video

"Dam/Age" [2002], by Aradhana Seth, 50m. Roy vs. the Narmada River project in India.

"Drowned Out" [2002], dir. Franny Armstrong, 75m. Roy vs. the Narmada River project in India. From Bullfrog Films.

"Five Days to Change the World" [2001], dir. Robert Richter, 57m. Documentary on Hague Appeal for Peace & Justice, including interviews with Roy & many other activists.

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