DamageFrom Free Speech TV: Roy was trained as an architect. Her first novel,The God of Small Things wond the Booker Prize in 1997. She speaks of her part in battles to block the corporate pillage of India, including the campaign to stop now collapsed Enron's take over of Indian power utilities. "Cynics say that real life is a choice between the failed revolution and the shabby deal...We need to search for and find the politics of resistance,of opposition, of forcing accountability...In the present circumstances, I'd say that the only thing worth globalizing is dissent."  Watch (RealPlayer required)