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- She viewed ethnic cleansing, famine and genocide as direct threats to her furniture.Chapter 1 (86% in)
- Would Genocide slide between the tiles?Chapter 9 (23% in)
- What Esthappen and Rahel witnessed that morning, though they didn't know it then, was a clinical demonstration in controlled conditions (this was not war after all, or genocide) of human nature's pursuit of ascendancy.Chapter 18 (60% in)
There are no more uses of "genocide" in The God of Small Things.
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