Od of Small Thingsby Arundhati Roy Dramatic Monologue

engage with the text The God of Small Thingsby Arundhati Roy to extrapolate the social constructs operating in novel, focusing on language choices, cultural codes and character representations.

After studying the novel The God of Small Thingsby Arundhati Roy. You are asked to present an interior monologue which evaluates one of the social constructs operating in this text in relation to your chosen character. The monologue must extend the representation of your chosen character.
You are to:
a? Select a character from the text who interests you I would like you to work on the character Ammu
a? Imagine that you are that person
a? Identify a gap or pivotal scene in the text which will allow for an intervention point by your character to reflect on certain aspects of his / her life and the events which have brought them to that point in the text
a? Perform an interior monologue which reflects your characteras inner most thoughts, feelings, actions and decisions. (Include quotes and incidents from the text to support your position.)
a? Evaluate the impact of one significant social construct in relation to the event discussed by your character and the part it has played in his / her overall life

An interior monologue is like a shakespearean soliloquy.
It is important that you include quotes and incidents from the novel to support your position

I would be very happy to help you through this

the link of the novel : 2013/04/The-God-of-Small-Things-by-Arundhati-Roy.pdf