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  1. I think this list should include “The god of small things” by Arundhati Roy. One of the greatest things it taught me is that there are no limits to imagination and expression of language. It encouraged the writer in me to go wild and go beyond the boundaries and explore in writing. It has definitely helped me with my writing, and I hope the same for other aspiring writers.

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