Willy had been left behind by his father who died when he was young. Then he was abandoned by his brother who went to South Africa. He fears to be abandoned once again, this time by his boys. He lets and encourages his sons do things that they shouldn’t do such as stealing and bullying. This makes him His dream is to be well-liked and be able to sell products even when he will be old.
Also, he finds that in his homeland there is no romance unlike what he reads in his books. We can note this in page 85 where he first meets with the Tulsi family, the daughter Seth is curious to know about the occupation of Mr.Biwas’s father, but he was ashamed and embarrassed to say the truth that his father was a laborer; instead he answers by saying: “I am the nephew of Ajodha. Pagotes.” He is not satisfied of his social position, this makes him under-estimate himself and thus he escapes towards the higher power according to him which is the British
One day Zainab finds Saifi dressed in women’s clothes and gets disturbed. Mustafa gets saifi to a guy who paints trucks. One day Saifi is raped and after knowing this Hakim suffocates saifi to death with a plastic bag. To keep it a secret he must bribe the police officer with two lakhs. He is forced to take money from masjid fund and then to go to Saqa kanjer in order to earn money to pay his debts back.
His colleagues and managers chase him through the plant, and finally get hold of him, puts him in a Red Cross ambulance to haul him off to a mental institution. Charlie Chaplin’s portrayal of the modern workplace is that mechanized production is unhealthy for workers, and generally at odds with our natural state of being. This has been amply supported by psychological research. The dictatorship of the clock, the fast paced production, the mind-numbing thoughtless work brings about lasting damage to
Charles Dickens was strongly critical of the utilitarian principles and ideals through his novel Hard Times, particularly the notion of weath división which left the rich more rich and the poor poorer (Ibid,7). Charles Dickens is well known for his novel Hard Times, He had been writing about the plight of the urban poor and he clearly portrayed English poverty in a more realistic way because he was part of it. One of his greatest achievements was to bring the problems and hard conditions of poverty to the attention of his readers through presenting varieties of poor persons (Ibid,8). Charles Dickens built up sympathy for his heroes of the street while convinced the reader of the harshness of the aristocrats, and any other Dickens’s villain and criminal. Dickens’s characters are all wonderful, and so vivid that the reader begins to know them on a personal level by the end of each novel (Gholami and Joodaki, 2014:7) .
The book under review is a magical adventure of a thirteen-year-old boy, Theo Decker, after he lost his mother in a bomb attack. The Goldfinch is compared to a “a haunted odyssey through present-day America” and it conveys the “enthralling power” of art to human beings.  With the theme of artistic beauty, profound but delicate relationships and individual destiny, the Goldfinch is the deepest mystery of “loss and obsession”, survival and self-redemption. Attractively vivid characters, beautiful language and slow tempo are employed instead of the prevalent compact story plot, for the sake of creating a “thrilling suspense”.  As a result of “endlessly propulsive plot”, the boy’s journey is mainly divided into five episodes, namely, the bomb accident, life with the Barbours, moving to Las Vages, reunion with Hobie and criminal activities in Amsterdam.
In Asnani’s words, “It is also interesting tale of myriad colorful people, of man’s relation with the machine, his curse and salvation with science and reason” (Asnani, 1987: 226). The story begins with the protagonist, Alu (Nachiketa), comes to a village Lalpukur, about a hundred miles north of Calcutta, near the border. As his parents are killed in a car accident, Alu, an eight year old orphan boy comes from this village to live with his uncle and aunt - Balram Bose, an intellectual rationalist and Toru Debi, superstitious and tradition bound. Although Balram and his brother have been separated long back, Balram and Torudebi decides to take in Alu and raise him up as they are deprived of children. His rickshaw is chased by Bolai da, who runs a cycle repair shop in that village.
"Goodnight Mister Tom" is a book written by Michelle Magorian. It embodies a great lesson and consists of various themes but it's main focus on a historical fiction.It involves young evacuees being dispatched to new homes all throughout Britain,in attempt to survive the savage war. William Beech,a fearful eight year old boy was sent to live with a bad-tempered,grumpy,old man who's name is Tom Oakley.As the book flourishes,gradually Mr.Tom accepts the fact that a afraid,small boy is now living in the same household as him.Tom has had a very troublesome past,losing his wife and son,therefore because of that he is a different man,it proves he was happy before the losses,but for 40 years that heartless man hasn't changed,nevertheless with Willie's
It exemplifies reader friendly language with a style so novel and fresh. His novels are ―tugs at the emotions rather than moralizes serious literary aim. He places the facts comically and mockingly mesmerizing the readers. His writings have gained the greatest legacy of refined postmodernism literature by dismantling the authority of the West. Five Point Someone, Chetan Bhagat’s first entrance novel deals with dilemma of today’s engineering students in India who
Rohinton Mistry is one of the most prominent writers of Post-Independence India. Though he left India and been as an immigrant writer his novels are true picture of India in its social, political and cultural sense. As a Parsi man, Mistry throws light on the sufferings of the marginalized people, down-trodden and the poor people of the society in his novels Such a Long Journey, A Fine Balance and Family Matters. His novels are the real record of the life styles, customs and traditions of the Parsis. Not only Mistry but also the writers like Bapsi Sidwa, Farrukh Dhondy and Ardashir Vakil had recorded all the cultural aspects of Parsis in their works.