Kim has bonds of moral and emotional rightness between India and Britain that has made him such a controversial. Race exists in Kim. We figure out on the first page that, underneath Kim's darkly tanned burned black skin as any native, Kim is still white. The reason for this attention to race is historical and important. Rudyard Kipling is writing about India during the era of British colonial domination at the turn of the twentieth century.
Ultimately, Kim - a symbol for India- disguised himself as a Hindu boy for half of his life to immerse with the rest of the society. Due to the British help of Creighton and Lurgan, Kim 's life has improved significantly. His life becomes more important and momentous. Kipling 's appliance of Kim as a symbol for India is to prove that the Imperial power in this particular country bring India to improvements and developments. Thus, it can be simply put as a novel that praises the Imperial power by Rudyard Kipling.
Kim Il-Sung, a respected and beloved leader born to poor parents in Pyongyang, the heart of North Korea. He ruthlessly managed to make his way into power to become the first North Korean Dictator, by “fighting the Japanese and saving Korea from American imperialism” (Martin, 2006 p. 16). Kim was not only a leader to his people but also a father, he told the orphans of Korea “think of me your father and you my children”. (ibid 2006 p. 10) Those around him “saw him as a god, a genius from heaven who was a guerrilla fighter that founded the nation”. (Journeyman Pictures, Jacques Fresco 2013).
Rudyard Kipling’s captivating “Rikki-Tikki-Tavi” became an addition to his multitude of children’s tales vastly known as The Jungle Book in 1895. The enchanting story collection most view as a classic has yet to lose its prevalent admiration to all audiences. The accumulating volumes are set in disparate scenes of colonial India during the period of British Imperialism. Kipling writes of a mongoose named Rikki-Tikki-Tavi and his battles between the two king cobra snakes that dominate the garden of his new home. Throughout the entire story, the reader endures an adrenaline rush from the fervent plot line of the anthropomorphic narrative.
In the short story “Rikki-tikki-tavi” Rudyard Kipling talks about a courageous but mean mongoose named Rikki-tikki-tavi and a sinister and smart snake named Nagaina. Also the theme of the story is about the importance of family. First, Rikki is a brave bully, he was washed away from his home to the humans that he lives with now. ”marks or no marks, do you think it is right for you to eat fledglings out of a nest?”(Kipling 8). In that quote Rikki is talking to Nagaina’s husband, Nag.
In addition the author stated “Rikki Tikki's eyes grew red again, and he danced up to Karait...” (Kipling 62). Lastly, the author states “Turn round, Nagaina. Turn and fight!” (Kipling 73). This evidence supports the theme because it was very brave of Rikki Tikki
Criticism also stems from the lack of archaeological evidence regarding any type of battle that may have ensued upon this conquest. Despite this lack of battlefield debris, Egami cites historical literary records of both Korea and Japan to support his claim that continental Koreans overran Japan. As told by Japanese records, Jimmu, the founding emperor, crossed the Inland Sea from Kyushu into Kansai, and during his voyage, he met a deity riding on a turtle. In parallel, the Korean myth of Puyo’s founder, Chumong, states that Chumong fled the ruling of an evil king by crossing waters on a turtle, and across these waters he found a new state (Kirkland
Jesus Christ was not liked by multiple because of his beliefs but still became a father figure. Correspondingly, Jim is a metaphorical father to Huck and Tom, as well as disliked by several because of his race, which makes him an embodiment of Christ, however some believe he is not Christ-like because he is superstitious. Throughout Huck and Jim’s adventure, they encounter innumerable treacherous occasions, such as when Huck and Jim find a dead man in a floating house on the river and Jim protects Huck from acknowledging the body because it was too ghastly, however, later in the book, Huck find out that the man was his father and Jim was protecting him like a father. In addition, Jim risks his freedom to help the doctor nurture Tom back to health after he was shot, but Tom treats Jim like a slave and still he agrees to risk his freedom to help Tom. Comparatively, Jim is constantly disliked because of his race.
The first extroversion, Kim is a socialite meaning she is always in the public eye and surrounded by fans, her family and paparazzi and has a camera crew following her and documenting her life, emphasizing that she is always in the spotlight. Kim has signs of extroversion she is has many celebrity friends she is willing to meet new people and enjoys being the center of attentions, she is always posting pictures of herself on social media, she is constantly doing interviews on the radio or television or posting videos of herself. She has enthusiasm to try new things, be it starting on a business venture, for example she released three workout videos starring her through her company Kimsaprincess Production, LLC that she formed. Kim show traits of high extroversion even as a young girl she had belied that she was destined to be famous. Motives behind Kim’s extrovert could be she want to be seen and admired to maybe boost her self- esteem or the motives behind her extroversion is to make sure that her business venture are successful because the more people know about you and business the more interested they become in whatever you selling or promoting, so maybe this trait is motivated with the desire to be successful.
These examples are based on the book "Buddha of Suburbia" by Hanif Kureishi which depict the above, serious issues. To begin with, the main character from the novel "Buddha of Suburbia", Karim has two cultural identities - English and Indian. He cannot identified himself only as an English or an Indian. This boy has difficulty in determining his own identity and cultural affiliation. His words fully prove it: “I am an Englishman born and bred, almost.