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The White Tiger A Novel Aravind Adiga Free Press New York London Toronto Sydney FREE PRESS A Division of Simon & Schuster, Inc. Avenue of the. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Starred Review. A brutal view of India's class Send a free sample $ Read with Our Free App; Audiobook . Read “The White Tiger”, by Aravind Adiga online on Bookmate – WINNER OF THE MAN BOOKER PRIZE Balram Halwai is the White Tiger — the smartest .

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Why does Balram choose to address the Premier? What motivates him to tell his story? What similarities does he see between himself and the Premier?

Because of his lack of education, Ashok calls Balram "half-baked. How does Balram go about educating himself? What does he learn?

Balram variously describes himself as "a man of action and change," "a thinking man," "an entrepreneur," "a man who sees tomorrow," and a "murderer.

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How would you describe him? Balram blames the culture of servitude in India for the stark contrasts between the Light and the Darkness and the antiquated mind set that slows change. Discuss his rooster coop analogy and the role of religion, the political system, and family life in perpetuating this culture. Discuss Balram's opinion of his master and how it and their relationship evolve.

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Balram says "where my genuine concern for him ended and where my self-interest began, I could not tell" Where do you think his self-interest begins? In The White Tiger, Mr. Ashok put the blame of the murder Pinky Madam committed onto Balram, a loyal servant of the wealthy family.

Ashok instructs his lawyer to bribe the possible judge for the case. But they are in the racket too. They take their bribe, they ignore the discrepancies in the case.

And life goes on Adiga Balram briefly describes how corrupt the Indian law enforcement is and how if you were wealthy, they would accomplish anything they were inquired. Consequently, David H. When he becomes the great entrepreneur he always dreamed of, Balram starts off running with his new White Tiger Drivers Company by paying off the assistant commissioner of the police department.

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The Stork orders that Balram be taken out of school to work alongside the rest of his family and pay back the debt. Balram goes to work with his brother Kishan in the village teashop. This episode is an example of what Balram will come to call the Rooster Coop in action, with the poor furthering their own oppression through short-term thinking and familial obligation, while the powerful reap the benefits.

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However, Balram also shows his first entrepreneurial tendencies in his resolve to turn drudgery into opportunity. Active Themes Balram ends this first installment of his story with a memory of the Black Fort: the only thing of beauty in his impoverished town.

The fort is a grand old building on a hill above town, constructed by foreign occupiers years ago, which both fascinated and frightened Balram throughout his youth. He claims that his ability to appreciate its beauty marked him early on as different from his fellow villagers, destined not to remain a slave.

When he returns to the village years later with his wealthy master Mr. Ashok and his mistress Pinky Madam, he finally gets the courage to visit the fort alone. He looks out over the village from on high and spits.

Eight months later, he reveals, he slits the throat of Mr. Balram believes his interest in the Black Fort to be a sign that he was by nature destined to overcome his deprived background.

This belief provides insight into his understanding of himself as a white tiger: someone who is inherently superior, who deserves to be at the top and so is justified in attaining the top by whatever means necessary, and is therefore exempt from certain moral laws.There will be a fourth and a fifth name too, but that's late in the story. The first is represented by rivers, particularly the Ganges, fouled with filth of diverse sorts, while the ocean is considered The Light, pure, cleansing.

Ashok becomes increasingly involved in bribing government officials for the benefit of the family coal business. Don't we want someone older? Once upon a time, the children of the four Animals went around town in their own cars; Kusum remembered those days.

Making no noise— only flicking its red tongue in and out of its mouth—the lizard came closer and closer to my face. As I hope you are. My ex-employer the late Mr. He was the faithful servant of the god Rama, and we worship him in our temples because he is a shining example of how to serve your masters with absolute fidelity, love, and devotion.

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