Kiran Sai's The Inheritance Of Loss By Kiran Desai

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Aravind Adiga is an Indian Journalist and author. His introduction novel, The White Tiger, won the 2008 Man Booker Prize. The White Tiger (2008) is the contrast between India’s rise as a modern global economy and the working class people who live in serious rural poverty. Between the Assassinations (2008) refers to the period between the murders of Indira Gandhi in 1984 and her son, Rajiv Gandhi in 1991.
Kiran Desai, the daughter of Anita Desai was born in New Delhi, now she lives in the United States. Her first novel Hullbaloo in the Guava Orchard was published in the year 1998 and won the Betty Task Award. This novel is based on a real-life story in which a man, Kapila Pradhan, lived in a tree for fifteen years. This was the author’s inspiration for the book and there are similarities between the novel and Pradhan’s life in his tree.
The Inheritance of Loss is the second novel by Kiran Desai. It was first published in the year 2006. She won a number of awards for her second novel, including the Man Booker Prize for that year and the National Book Critics Circle Fiction Award in 2007.
Kiran Desai’s novel, “The Inheritance of Loss” deals with the problems of the frustrations and the human identities, related with postcolonial impact and its aftermath. She draws wide-spreading impacts of location and mobility on the characters resulting in from every contemporary international issues such as economic inequality, fundamentalism, globalization, multiculturalism, independent

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