With great insight and humour, this massive Booker Prize-winning novel presents the loves, ambitions and misfortunes of four families and dozens of other characters in the post-independence India of 1951/52. The author writes convincingly about national and provincial politics, Hindu spirituality, traditional Indian music and poetry, manufacturing and village life, and leaves the reader waiting for a sequel.

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