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Aravind Adiga believes the criticism by writers like Flaubert, Balzac and Dickens of the 19th century helped England and France become better societies. He has also been influenced by three major African-American writers of the twentieth century whom he considers kindred spirits, namely Richard Wright, James Baldwin and Ralph Ellison. Aravind Adiga, the son of a doctor, was born in Madras now Chennai in In , his family emigrated to Sydney, Australia, and he holds dual Indian and Australian citizenship.

Yet it is as financial journalist that Adiga started his writing career. He was subsequently hired by TIME, where he remained a South Asia correspondent for three years before going freelance. During his freelance period, he wrote The White Tiger. The book created a scandal in India.

When asked about his well-off origins which should not have predisposed him to writing about what he had not experienced, namely the life of the poor, he wisely responds that a writer should not write only about his personal experience. He adds that yes, he is the son of a doctor, and yes he has received a rather formal and strict education, but that the main challenge of a writer is first and foremost to write about those who are completely different from him.

The book deals with the everyday life of a great majority of Indians and it is important that they be talked about. He adds that for example, India is a country where the poor are still afraid of TB which kills about one thousand Indians a day, but people like him, middle class people who have access to health care - perhaps even better than that available in the UK - do not worry about it. It is not a glamorous disease, like most of the problems that the poor of India have to grapple with.

Naipaul who is of Indian ancestry though not India-born. His second novel, Between the Assassinations was published in India in November Born in the dark heart of India, Balram — The White Tiger — is noticed by a teacher impressed by his exceptional intelligence, as rare as the white feline. He still dreams though of leaving the dark shores of the Ganges which carries the hopelessness of hundreds of previous generations. Balram learns how to siphon gas, deal with corrupt mechanics, and refill and resell Johnnie Walker Black Label bottles all but one.

He also finds a way out of the Coop that no one else inside it can perceive. The other face of India, that of the thirty six million and four gods, that of the castes, the cockroaches, the slums, the mega trafic jams, the lame and the forgotten people of the Shining India defeat him. So Balram goes from honest servant to thief and murderer and joins the Company.

The White Tiger is a novel carved out of the very flesh of the subcontinent. It is a profoundly modern, amoral and irreverent tale, but also one that is anchored to the two faces of India and the work of the most talented young Indian writer. Le dernier homme de la tour Buchet Chastel - Les ombres de Kittur Buchet Chastel - Le tigre blanc Buchet Chastel - Ailleurs sur le site Le monde qui vient.

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Aravind Adiga believes the criticism by writers like Flaubert, Balzac and Dickens of the 19th century helped England and France become better societies. He has also been influenced by three major African-American writers of the twentieth century whom he considers kindred spirits, namely Richard Wright, James Baldwin and Ralph Ellison. Aravind Adiga, the son of a doctor, was born in Madras now Chennai in In , his family emigrated to Sydney, Australia, and he holds dual Indian and Australian citizenship.

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The translation of proper nouns into Arabic.

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