Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Starred Review. This short story collection, teeming with life in the small Indian city of Kittur between the. Between the Assassinations by Aravind Adiga - Welcome to Kittur, India. Of its residents, only 89 declare themselves to be without religion or caste. And . Read "Between the Assassinations From the winner of the Man Booker Prize" by Aravind Adiga available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your.

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The dazzling new book from the winner of the Man Booker Prize: In his compelling new work of fiction, Aravind Adiga has imagined the small Indian city of Kittur, an everytown nestling on the coast south of Goa and north of Calicut. Through the myriad and distinctive voices of its inhabitants, an entire Indian world comes vividly and unforgettably to life.

From a middle-aged Communist to an Islamic terrorist; from the young children of a Tamil building-site worker to a privileged and alienated schoolboy; from an idealistic journalist to a Brahmin housemaid, Adiga has produced a microcosm of Indian life in the 80s, the years between the assassinations of Indira Gandhi and her son Rajiv.

Muslim, Christian and Hindu, high-caste and low-caste, rich and poor: Journeying through Kittur's streets and schoolyards, bedrooms and businesses, its inner workings and outer limits, Adiga conjures a remarkable fictional landscape.

Sizzling with acid observations, and textured with wicked humour and gentle humanity, Between the Assassinations is a triumph of voice and imagination. Aravind Adiga was born in Madras in and was raised in Australia.

He studied at Columbia and Oxford Universities. A former correspondent in India for Time magazine, his articles have also appeared in publications like the Financial Times, the We want your feedback!

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How do characters use caste and class to define themselves and their relationships with others? How do the descriptions act as a foil to the very personal, individual vignettes and unite them into a whole?

Discuss why he feels compelled to share secrets with the young boy—is he trying to protect his idealism of youth? Live vicariously through the boy?

How does it permeate the minds of many of the characters? Discuss the circumstances in Kittur that may have led to these attitudes.

Corruption runs rampant through the police and the government. How do the characters subtly fight this?

What is holding them back from doing more? The rich can make mistakes again and again. Discuss Indian Communism and its interpretation of caste.

In what ways does it become its own kind of caste and why do you think it is seen as one to be avoided? How does the city swallow them? Are they limiting themselves or is the city limiting them? Why or why not?The Cat's Table. I had to read it for school and it turned out to be a book that I would want to read on my own.

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