Since the Underground Man’s character has been described as socially isolated since the beginning of the book, his difficulties expressing himself to other individuals was the commencement of a deep angry desire to have some authority over the officer. Rather than letting the incident go he torments himself with it and plans a revenge. A revenge that he cannot pursue because his low income does not allow him to play the role of a sophisticated
When poverty is persistent, degrading, miserable, life-shortening, life-threatening, and life denying, it is an affront to human dignity. According to the orthodox Marxist thinking, wars are caused by class struggles, including conflicts within societies as well as those between the upper classes of different societies for control over other countries. But one does not need to be a Marxist to know that poverty can cause dissatisfaction,
The writer uses the protagonist, Alceste, to represent his ideal. Alceste is a social misfit because he cannot fit into the ways of his society. He cannot abide by the social manners and norms of any kind in his society. From his perspective society is too corrupted to be followed and his
By reserving one category against another creates a feeling of division, which is now resulting in chaos with every small section of the society asking for it. Reservations on the basis of caste and not on the basis of condition are bad and unacceptable. Fair and just reservations to uplift the people with poor conditions of life, those who don’t have meals to eat, clothes to wear and no home to live in. The process of reservation should be such that it filters the truly economically deprived individuals and bring them all to
It has subjected them to a life of poverty and humiliation. Even after independence Dalits have not been allowed to live a life of dignity and equality. It is this idea of ‘equality’ which sparked the beginning of the Dalit Movement in India, as a protest to the age old atrocities committed against them. Jacques Ranciera (2011, p. 53) observes that rather than create works of art, contemporary artists want to get out of the museum and induce alterations in the space of everyday life, generating new forms of relations. If this is true of the most forms of contemporary art, it is even more so in the case of the artistic expressions of communities that have been historically subjected to all kinds of painful experiences due to political, social or cultural reasons, such as literature of the Indian Dalit women, the lowest rung in the hierarchy of the Hindu caste system.
Hindus considered them ritually defiled and thereby untouchable. Dalits are those who by the virtue of their birth did not belong to the caste hierarchy of Hindu society yet lived at its fringes. Missionary sources have identified them as Panchamas (fifth ones) or “Outcasts.” The leaders of Indian National Congress of twentieth century referred to them as Harijans (implying illegal offspring of temple prostitutes who could only be identified as children of God) while the British administration classified them as “Scheduled Castes.” The latest list approved by the President of India in 1976 listed fifty-nine communities as part of the Scheduled Castes. But these communities today call themselves Dalits. Jothirao Phule was the first one to use this word to describe these communities as the oppressed and broken victims of Indian society.
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As innovative individuals, all are agents of change. Change creates change, and so the volume and pace of change educational, technological, social, political increases. 1.5.4 Conditions for effective innovation In order that innovation may be successful, the following conditions are essential for it to flourish. 184.108.40.206 Flexibility Flexibility is the key quality to the truly innovative institution. Flexibility is the ability – personal as well as corporate for modifying, altering and perhaps radically changing what is being done.
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