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Book: The White Tiger: A Novel This rambunctious story of contemporary India shows how religiondoesn't create morality, and money doesn't solve every problem--but aperson can get what he wants out of life by eavesdropping on the rightconversations. While his peers flip through the pages of "Murder Weekly" ("Love -- Rape -- Revenge "), barter for girls, drink liquor(Thunderbolt), and perpetuate the Great Rooster Coop of Indiansociety, Balram watches his employers bribe foreign ministers for taxbreaks, barter for girls, drink liquor (single-malt whiskey), and playtheir own role in the Rooster Coop.Introducing a major literary talent, "The White Tiger" offers a storyof coruscating wit, blistering suspense, and questionable morality,told by the most volatile, captivating, and utterly inimitablenarrator that this millennium has yet seen. Balram learns how to siphon gas,deal with corrupt mechanics, and refill and resell Johnnie Walker Black Label bottles (all but one).His India is a merciless, corrupt Darwinian jungle where only theruthless survive”(Donahue).
Some of the other thingshe's unhappy about—like corruption—are easier for me to identify with.
The novel is a social commentary and a study of injustice and power inthe form of a class struggle in India that depicts the anti-hero Balram representing the downtrodden sections of the Indian societyjuxtaposed against the rich.