Culture in India led to Great social, judicial and moral corruption and imbalance. “The White Tiger” takes the form of a series of letters written by Balram Halwai to Wen Jiabao, the chinese prime minister. In that letter, he describes his journey to becoming a successful business man. Balram is a problematical man because he leaded his life as a servant, philosopher, entrepreneur and murderer. Balram Halwai was born in a poor Indian family at a village called ‘Laxmangarh’.
According to them, Eugene’s rough behavior is the result of his stressful life style. Beatrice praise her husband to Aunty Ifeoma that he pays the school fees of more than a hundred people. Further reveals he cares more than any man should carry and he gives more to his family after the death of Ade Coker. It is too much for a single person. Ifeoma gives counter to Beatrice that the university does not pay salaries for months to Ifediora and Ifeoma, but he does not raise any single question and does not support them to protest the university.
This enabled him to realize following the ideologies of the white contained major limitation. For instance, his grandfather suffered humiliation as well as slavery, which proved vulnerable to racial prejudice. The dramatic speech which conveyed by the narrator was perceived by the white as a joke since they were not prepared to accept the ideas of the upstanding black citizens. In reality, the embarrassment the narrator received motivated him to emphasize on industrial education which is the key to overcome racism as well as discrimination towards the black community. The men’s reaction towards Ralph Ellison’s slip of the tongue by saying “social equality” for “social responsibility underlines clearly the point he was conveying.
Furthermore, as the “liquidation” of the landlords was the duty of the peasants, the Party could make the peasantry share the guilt for the crime (Ladenjinsky 1957). The Party, thus, willingly elevated the interclass antagonisms to ensure the complete support of their actions (Ladenjinsky 1957). Yu Liu also emphasizes that the Party’s strategy was to fuel the interclass conflicts so that “the society could self-destruct without too much political investment from above” (2006:
Brian Chikwava’s novel Harare North was first published in 2009 by Jonathan Cape. It tells the story of a nameless Zimbabwean in his early twenties, who is also the 1st-person narrator throughout the greatest part of the novel. He comes to London, which is called “Harare North” by Zimbabweans, in order to earn money to bribe himself out of a murder charge. As a member of the Green Bombers, the graduates of the National youth service controlled by the government and president Mugabe, he committed a murder. He was then recommended by Comrade Mhiripiri to go to London, seek asylum and try to earn the equivalent of 5000$ to bribe his way out of this charge.
Danny Boyle choose the title ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ as the movies name because the movie shows a contrast symbolic meaning of the content of the movie and to move up the class system. He is filming the real condition in India, because Bombay is one of the biggest slum area in the world. For example Although he becomes a millionaire, he is still seen as on of the Mumbai’s slums, and one of the scenes in the movie shows how the upper class rejects someone like Jamal whom from a slum to be one of the Highbrow Maman in the movie. Maman is a gangster, whom kidnap all the slum children and make them to
The White Tiger is the Man Booker Prize winning debut novel by Indian author ArvindAdiga published in 2008. The present novel reflects a reality of Indian life which is kept hidden from society. After globalization there is a huge chasm between rich and poor India. A handful of rich class wants to have control over the large population of India. The writer has dexterously presented the life of servitude, religion, corruption, social caste system, poverty in India before the reader.
Plagiarism report Grammar report Re-check this text Upload fileProtect your text INTRODUCTION: The writer Arvind Adiga is an Indian born journalist and a native of Chennai (then called Madras). The white tiger tells us about the story of Balram Halwai who is a poor boy and who uses his wit and murder to transform himself into a successful entrepreneur. The book won the prestigious Man Booker Prize for friction in 2008. Born in the dark heart of India, he gets a break when the wealthiest man in his village hired him as a driver. Balram hails from the darkness and break into the light, and during this journey he plays several roles, dons several hats, tries different tricks and commits many crimes which includes a well planned murder of his
The movie draws from the work of, and features, P Sainath – the author of ‘Everybody Loves a Good Draught’, winner of the Magsaysay award, and former rural affairs editor for the Hindu who has been working towards highlighting the plight of these farmers for over a decade now. The film’s title references the Roman emperor, Nero, infamous for burning convicted slaves and prisoners alive to draw light for an extravagant party he once hosted. P Sainath focuses on the perturbing fact that more than Nero, his guests who chose to enjoy the hospitality rather than objecting to the cruelty were the worse criminals. Touching and hard hitting,
The STM board is angry; Dr. Anand is warned that Mithilesh will use this to remove him. Dr. Anand resigns from STM, and Mithilesh is appointed as the new principal. Sushant soon realizes that Dr. Anand's intention is not bad and that he does not have any caste feeling. Dr. Anand is shocked to find out that his house is being used for K.K coaching classes, which is linked to Mithilesh. Earlier Dr. Anand signs an agreement that he will be the guarantee for the bank loan taken by his friend, and allows his friend's sons to stay in that house for 2 years but they use it to earn money by allowing K.K coaching classes inside the house.