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The depiction of the marginalised society in Aravind Adiga’s “The White Tiger”
Man Booker prize awardee Aravind Adiga has successfully portrayed the under privileged and marginalised section of the society in his debut novel, “The White Tiger”. Through his writing, we can get the glimpses of the role of the marginalised section of the society in India's progress. In the novel, Balram becomes the mouthpiece of the marginalised people who have always been ignored. The characterization of Balram serves as the example of the struggle and the ultimate resistance of the marginalized class. In the portrayal of the character Balram Halwai, Adiga lends voice to the subaltern section of Indian society who always had to face struggle for their survival, their existence and true representation. The widely portrayed Canvas of the novel talks about how the Balram's voice becomes the voice of the millions of marginalised people in our society.
marginalised, migration, under privileged, Post-colonial,
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