Capitalism: A Ghost Story

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Haymarket Books, 6. maÝ 2014 - 230 sÝ­ur
With anger and compassion, Roy exposes the sordid underbelly and dark inhumanity of capitalism in India and around the globe.
 

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CAPITALISM: A Ghost Story

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A vehement broadside against capitalism in general and American cultural imperialism in particular, focusing on the effects on the novelist's native India.After winning international raves and the ... Read full review

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As my friend David said, the structure of this book is rather, errrrr..., unstructured. But the content is compelling. A brave woman. Read full review

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Section Two
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Speech to the Peoples University
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Notes
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Index
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About the Author
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Arundhati Roy is a world-renowned Indian author and global justice activist. From her celebrated Booker Prize–winning novel The God of Small Things to her prolific output of writing on topics ranging from climate change to war, the perils of free-market "development" in India, and the defense of the poor, Roy's voice has become indispensable to millions seeking a better word. Her recent nonfiction books include Field Notes on Democracy and Walking with the Comrades. She lives in New Delhi, India.

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