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“The White Tiger is a great dry witted first novel...”

Written on: 21/10/2008 by JLAllen (1 review written)

The White Tiger is a great dry witted first novel which examines Indian social groups and crime levels giving you a sinister and engaging story line all in one vessel. The opinionated narrator talks to you like you're his friend and Adiga's journalist background shines through in his writing style.

You're immediately put in your place about whose eyes you'll be seeing the story unfold through. This teasing plot reveals the confession of a morally challenged rags-to-riches man leaving you… Read Full Review

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“If I were to write a novel, I would write it like...”

Written on: 20/10/2008 by tlindup (1 review written)

If I were to write a novel, I would write it like this. Aravind Adiga's novel 'The White Tiger' depicts a side of India, Western Society isn't much aware of. It uses the voices of the underbelly classes to illustrate the corruption of Indian politics and government, conveying anger and resentment bubbling low beneath the working classes.
Balram Halwai is a Bangalore entrepreneur and businessman, the young man writes letters to Wen Jiaboa, the Chinese premier. The letters Halwai writes draws… Read Full Review

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