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    White Tiger Corruption

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    Corruption in The White Tiger The novel The White Tiger written by Aravind Adiga speaks up the issues of many people inside the Indian society.Wrongdoings and abuse of powers took place almost everywhere in the in the book, through Balram’s first account of his own story. Fraud and corruption played a big role, where Great Socialist bribe landlords, hospitals bribe doctors, teachers stole money from students, rich masters bribed police officers, etc. The novel deeply portrays the corrupt government system, class separation and the need to escape poverty cycle. The moral corruption that affected the Indian society came from the misuse powers and authority of the Indian industry and the Indian…

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    The White Tiger Essay

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    Aravind Adiga portrays the use of literary devices in his novel, The White Tiger, when he implements symbolism, and the motif of pairs and dualities. In the novel, Adiga effectively demonstrates how the use of literary devices creates a greater insight into Balram’s view of India in order to engage the readers throughout the book. Balram’s outlook of India is presented through the author’s effective use of symbolism, which engages the readers in understanding Balram’s view. At…

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    White Tiger Sparknotes

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    Aravind Adiga uses his novel, The White Tiger, to create a cautionary tale. In his work of fiction Adiga tries to shed some light on parts of India that we wouldn’t normally see. In an article written by Ann Mandelstamm for Occasional Planet, Mandelstamm writes that the book “is chilling because it reveals a society in which the poorest classes have little hope of ever improving their lives”. I agree that Adiga is using the main character, Balram Halwai’s, narrative to show us the negatives of…

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    essay the similarities and differences of The White Tiger, by Aravind Adiga and 419, by Will Ferguson, will be identified, and the similarities and differences will be used to identify what global vision exists and what universal lessons are being enforced through the global visions. Also how these two books do change an individual’s global vision and can reveal a few universal lessons about humanity. Problems such as revolting entrepreneurs, colonizing countries and breaking human rights show…

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    The White Tiger is a subspecies of a Tiger, found throughout the Indian subcontinent. Although the population of the White Tiger is humongous, these animals are super rare as their fur color is dependent on a defective and recessive gene that is passed down by their parents. Over the past couple of centuries, the White Tiger has become even more rarer in the wild due to hunting or capturing an exotic pet trade, with there having been no recorded sightings of these majestic beasts for the past 50…

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    Kingston's White Tigers

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    The story of "White Tigers" by Kingston is story written in first person, in which Kingston accompanies a bird who travels up a mountain. Kingston approaches a hut and within the hut are an older couple who offer to provide her with the training necessary to be a warrior. She decides to stay because her parents believe her destiny is to become a warrior. The older people teach her to blend into her environment. At 14, she is blindfolded and instructed to take off into the mountains and perform a…

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    Psychologically, people act in different ways depending on who they are with and who they have been with. People’s actions can also change as the environment around them changes. Characters from The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga portray these characteristics as they move from city to city. Balram responds to his environment with changing levels rebellion and obedience because of his changing perspectives and goals. As authority in Balram’s life increases, Balram is introduced to a new…

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    The coat of a white tiger is not pure white. There are many things about white tigers people didn't know about. Such as, white tiger being bred differently. They are bred through inbreeding which means mom to son, father to daughter, or brother to sister generation after generation. A white tiger is born with defects because the same gene that produces the white coat causes the optical nerve to be wired on the wrong side of the brain. So every white tiger is cross eyed even if they look normal.…

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    White Tigers have evolved due to genetic variation. Some people might think, that the white tiger is its own species, but it is not. The white tiger is not an albino form, although some people might think it is it’s actually a different form of Bengal Tiger. The reason, that you never hear of a white tiger being from a Bengal tiger is simple, our minds just don’t think like that. Our minds, well some of the human’s minds go to the fact that a white tiger has got to be its own species. The white…

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    book to tell you who it comes from" (Lorenza).In the novel The White Tiger, by Aravind Adiga, we follow the emails sent to the premier Wen Jiabao of China, from Balram Halwai. He explains to the premier his life as a successful entrepreneur in India and all the challenges he has faced to achieve that position. In the novel, it shows how our social identity affects how we face life and its problems. It is affected by what you think of yourself, what society tells you, and by how wealthy you are. …

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