- He was semi-conscious, but wasn't moving.Chapter 18 (76% in)
- When he regained consciousness, he was puzzled by his bruises.Chapter 2 (15% in)
- They denounced him for his "Parliamentary Cretinism" and accused him of "providing relief to the people and thereby blunting the People's Consciousness and diverting them from the Revolution."Chapter 2 (65% in)
- In an unconscious gesture of television-enforced democracy, mistress and servant both scrabbled unseeingly in the same bowl of nuts.Chapter 3 (9% in)
- She was vaguely conscious of Chacko—concerned and gentle-voiced when he was by her side—otherwise incensed, blowing like an enraged wind through the Ayemenem House.Chapter 13 (89% in)
There are no more uses of "conscious" in The God of Small Things.
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