It stripped his thoughts of the words that described them and left them pared and naked. The twins, who considered themselves as almost one person, are separated for years, and Estha retreats into silence to avoid his terrible memories. The police ignore her, wanting the matter to go unnoticed. Rahel and Estha are fraternal twins. It is significant that Ammu's minor act of rebellion with the radio and the sexual consummation of her attraction to Velutha are both tied to nature, and not the House, for it then enables us to interpret Ayemenem House as a symbol for patriarchal power.
وحديث عن الجماعات المسيحية المنغلقة لسرٍ ما أو ظ مأساة تسجلها الفتاة عن تؤمين انفصالا، ثم يبدأ عمل شريط أحداث في الاسترجاع بأسلوب جميل راق لي كثيراً وهو ما أصبحنا نقوله بإختصار الفلاش باك. About our lives really being governed by the forces of the invisible big bad things, a sadistic child holding a horshoe magnet to the disparate iron filings of our small, insiginificant lives. And, most of all, I remember You. Estha watches her body being pushed into the cremation oven. Baby Kochamma constantly makes disparaging comments about Hindus. It is semi-autobiographical in that it incorporates, embellishes, and greatly supplements events from her family's history.
But at times like these, only the Small Things are ever said. At the funeral Ammu, Estha, and Rahel are made to stand apart from the rest of the mourners. Rahel and Estha are fraternal twins. حقيقة الأمر وهذا رأي شخصي كان يمكن أن يتم أختصار صفحاتها إلى أقل من رقم 200 بدل العدد الذي لقرابة 400 لمن يريد أن يشعر بجمال هذا العمل عليه قراءة الرواية مرتين. While You, Ms Roy, take up your pen and fearlessly hail The God of Human Dignity, Empathy and Love - The God of Small Things. The two find solace in each other, both having endured a very painful past.
Not a fan of this one. She effectively creates a language of her own, a juvenile lucid language which complements the wistful mood of the book beautifully. However, for The God of Small Things, I honestly don't know if I didn't like it because it was bad or if I just didn't get it. The God of Small Things takes on the Big Themes--Love. Roy merited the Booker prize for her story alone as it featured forbidden love within the caste system and memorable, multi-layered characters. It also has the largest Christian population in India, predominantly or Syrian Christians.
The narrator introduces Ayemenem, a small town in Kerala, India, and describes the humid jungle and the monsoons that come in June. In the meantime, the police come to the History House and savagely beat the living daylights out of Velutha. They don't deceive you with thrills and trick endings. Sophie Mol's death lived on in the house. This is a unique and intriguing novel. She thought that anything, anyone at all, would be better than returning to Ayemenem.
In their world, an affair like this is totally unheard of. They were divorced, and then Rahel heard that Estha had come back to Ayemenem, so she returned as well. Baby Kochamma is a bitter, jealous old woman who unrequitedly loved an Irish missionary. Rahel and Estha spend a lot of time together. Ακολουθούν δυο θάνατοι που σημαδεύουν τα παιδιά για πάντα και γίνονται η αιτία να χωριστούν τα αδέλφια,τουλάχιστον σωματικά.
Roy's attempts to recreate the way children view the world were cute for about 10 pages, and then became tiresome there's a reason children don't write novels. But once you let go of your expectations and go along for the ride, the book has many rewarding qualities. «Ο θεός των μικρών πραγμάτων είναι η ανάποδη πλευρά αυτού που νομίζουμε ότι είναι ο Θεός. Roy's book shows how terribly cruel such a system can be. The twins' mother, Ammu Ipe, marries a tea estate manager in order to escape her authoritarian father, Pappachi, and her bitter mother, Mammachi. In the Kottayam district, Christians are a majority.
The story revolves in a small town named Ayemenem, now a part of Kottayam in Kerala. That a few dozen hours can affect the outcomes of whole lifetimes. They are as familiar as the house you live in. That is way better than this one. Having been separated for twenty-three years with no contact, the Rahel and Estha are now adults. And yet you want to know again.