Man suffers from a very pathetic condition due to his failures in society. This theory shows that alienation is the results of living in an exceeding cluster in any community. According to this theory, low category loses the flexibility to manage or accomplish their goals in life because of the suppression of socio-economic class. In this novel, alienation is found in his protagonist Griffin. He 's a pissed off man, who feels boredom about his relations.
The main point of this story, Tangerine, by Edward Bloor, is how the people that society look down upon see things from different points of view. An example of this is the main character, Paul, who society looks down upon, as they consider him blind, however, he often sees what others do not and has excessive knowledge of the world around him. Even though he sees everything, he does not say what he knows and others do not ask him, for they believe he has no knowledge of the problems. After moving to Tangerine, he sees his brother doing horrible things and his parents none the wiser. His friend suffers at the hands of his brother and consequently, ends up dying, and afterwards, Paul feels much guilt for the words unsaid.
Social, Religious and Political ideas Shaw emphasized that each social class struggled to serve its own ends, and that the rich and middle classes succeeded in the fight while the working class defeated. He damned the autonomous system of his time, saying that workers, brutally oppressed by voracious employers, lived in miserable poverty and were too unaware and unconcerned to vote wisely. He thought this insufficiency would finally be acceptable by the coming out of long-lived Supermen with familiarity and cleverness enough to preside over properly. He called the developmental process selective reproduction but it is sometimes suggests to as Shavian eugenics, largely because he considered it was driven by a "Life Force" that led women subconsciously to choose the mates most likely to give them greater children. The ending Shaw imagined is dramatized in Back to Methuselah, an immense play portraying human progress from its opening in the Garden of Eden until the remote future.
In the eyes of Gatsby, Daisy Buchanan is a paragon of virtue. She is a counter to the dark, poor, and corrupt Valley of Ashes. Even though white has been used to convey holiness and sanctitude, the hue is also a symbol for the deep emptiness and lack of meaning which plagues the lives of the upper class, especially Daisy. White in one sense is timeless and unblemished, but from Fitzgerald’s perspective white is also devoid of all color. This reflects entirely on the utter careless in which Daisy and Tom live; Nick says that Tom and Daisy are “careless people… they [smash] up things and creatures and then [retreat] back into their money or their vast carelessness or whatever… and let other people clean up the mess they [have] made” (Fitzgerald 187).
He felt weak and he wanted support. “Weakness corrupts and absolute weakness corrupts, absolutely. Centuries of social ostracism have degraded the untouchable, his mind and heart have been damaged and he has grown incapable of self-assertion and absolutely passive and helpless”. He has come to accept his place in society as divinely ordained and the caste Hindus as his natural superiors. Untouchable is a novel of thirties when India was still a colony, when the evil of untouchability was rife through the country and when Mahatma Gandhi was carrying on his crusade for the eradication of this evil and when the burning, torturing and killing of untouchables was a daily event, when these oppressed or down-trodden people could not even complain or grumble.
Huck labels this moral development as a result of his poor upbringing and rejection of society. Viewing Tom through Huck’s eyes, even the idea of helping a fellow person in trouble is completely negated as society deems it not “okay”, his astonishment visible when he says, “Well, I let go all holts then, like I was shot. It was the most astonishing speech I ever heard - and I’m bound to say Tom Sawyer fell, considerable, in my estimation. Only I couldn’t believe it. Tom
Whether what kind of job you have, what kind of character you have, what material you can own, and whether people cared about you or not. The rich, the middle class, and the poor have all divided society. Fitzgerald represented the division in his novel “The Great Gatsby”. In “The Great Gatsby” Jay was a poor man and just pretended to be rich (Upper class) in order to get Daisy but Tom and other individuals in the upper class knew Jay was actually poor. Therefore, the upper class used Jay without actually caring about him; all because Jay was a poor man just trying to fit in.
Lower class still didn’t have money and upper class still had the power. Parties during the 1920s took the money issue away – no one cared for the parties. Nick Carraway, who lived middle class, and Gatsby, who lived upper class, saw it that was also. His parties are what brought everyone
The world is a cluster of contradictions. If anything exists, that exists in contradictions, and so the ‘Fourth World’ is not an exception for it. If a born dalit, caters to the needs of oppressors at the cost of the interests of his class, and mints money, that person can no longer be a dalit. Similarly, even if anyone - though born in any upper caste or oppressive class - is neglected and evicted by his or her own class and by the main stream of society, having been deprived of human rights, that person will unhesitatingly be an underdog, and so a dalit. The social and economic positions of various sections of people are not fixed and stagnant.
Discrimination was a way of life in the English East India Company’s army. The principle of equal pay for equal work or rank had no place. The English soldiers were paid and fed far more than the Indian Sepoys. The Indians were not given promotions and were repeatedly called names like ‘suar’ or ‘pig’. There were huge cuts in the salaries of all the Sepoys and they were forbidden from wearing their caste mark.