Globalization In The White Tiger

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Globalization, Migration and Subalternity of Species in Aravind Adiga’s The White Tiger Literature is the manifestation of the life in all its assorted shapes and forms. It is the reflection of society and life. It is the writer who decides where to place the mirror. The diverse magnitude of the relationship between society and man have been explored by the writers from time to time. Every age has its own tensions, aspiration, frustration and sense which determine the works of that period. Indian English fiction has constantly been receptive to the alters in the physical reality and the diverse perspectives of theories. At the initial stage the fictional works of the writers like R.K.Narayanan, Raja Rao and Mulk Raj Anand were mainly concentrated on the oppressed subject of the society, cultural ethos, traditional values, middle class life etc. Next stage of writers like Bhabani Battacharya, Ruth Pawar Jhabvala, Arun Joshi, Chaman Nahal, Kamala Markandaya, Nayantara Sahgal wrote about the social reality. Contemporary writers explore wide range of areas including globalization, power politics, post colonialism, haves and have not’s and political imperialism. Aravind Adiga is an Indian writer who won 2008 Man Booker prize for his debut novel The White Tiger. He was born in 23rd October 1974 in Madras to Dr. K.Madhava Adiga and Usha Adiga. He grew up in Mangalore and did his schooling in St.Aloysius High School and Canada High
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