The White Tiger Essay

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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 master and escaping with money which values in lacks.
Taking off from laxmangarh, the story progresses with his journey to Dhanbad, Delhi and finally ends in Bangalore. Despite the fact that it belongs to the class of literary fiction, the language is quite simple making it an easy read. The narration is communicative, written in the form of an open letter with periodic salutations and
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People living in the light are well educated and well educated people can keep living in the light, whereas poor people have no chance of good education. Due to lack of schooling poor people remain in the darkness and it is very difficult for them to find a well paid job. The novel portrays the hard struggle realities of class struggle. It shows the two faces of the society which is light and the darkness. Indeed, the novel captures a universal picture of every nation’s injustices. While the very few who sit in the offices inside skyscrapers enjoy the comforts of light the sun brings them, the Darkness cast by the shadows of such towering shelters the poor people. Balram is different from those he grew up with. He is the one who got out of the “Darkness” and found his way into the
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