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It is a novel about the emergingnew India which is pivoted on the great divide between the haves andhave-nots with moral implications.
Deirdre Donahue labels The White Tiger an angry novel about injusticeand power “But Tiger isn't about race or caste in India.
Purchase Similar Books The White Tigerby Aravind Adiga Rs 759Rs. The glitz and shine wesee is confined to a very select areas and by seeing few flyovers,neon lights and massive malls one cannot delusionary feel that Indiahas arrived and at par with western countries.
584Tigre Blanco = The White Tigerby Aravind Adiga, Sa... 945Between The Assassinationsby Aravind Adiga Rs 295Rs. we still have poverty,disease, unemployment, homelessness and other social evils thatconstitute majority India. Balram breaks out of his cage in Adiga's The White Tiger Review by Dr. Sebastian sdb Reader & Head, Department of English Nagaland University, Kohimae-mail: ***@Aravid Adiga bagged the Man Booker Prize 2008 for his debut novel The White Tiger, set in the backdrop of the economic boom in India thathas ushered in a great chasm between the haves and have-nots.
He calls his life’sstory ‘The Autobiography of a Half-Baked Indian.’ (TWT 10).
This paper attempts to trace the metaphor of the Rooster Coop in which Balram is trapped and the way he breaks out to freedom being a ‘whitetiger.”The novel is written in the epistolary form as a seven-part letter tothe Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao “From the Desk of ‘The White Tiger’/ AThinking Man / And an entrepreneur / Living in the world’s centre oftechnology and outsourcing/ Electronic City Phase 1 (just off Hosur Main Road/ Bangalore/ India,”(TWT 3) in which Balram confesses hisguilt and his ambition – his emergence from the world of "Darkness" tothe world of “Light” of the cities which is a world of servants andmasters: from brutal poverty and deprivation to successfulentrepreneurship.
The narrator is an Indian entrepreneur detailing his rise to power.
Some of the things that he's confused by or angry aboutare changes in India that I approve of; …
Some of the other thingshe's unhappy about—like corruption—are easier for me to identify with.
His cynicism and deep rooted-immoral ways aredangerous trends leading to anarchy in our society.
The novel exposes Indian democracy, injustice and entrepreneurship.
The novel is a social commentary and a study of injustice and power inthe form of a class struggle in India that depicts the anti-hero Balram representing the downtrodden sections of the Indian societyjuxtaposed against the rich.