In the Inheritance of Loss by Kiran Desani, what racist stereotypes limit Biju’s perception of the world around him?
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In the Inheritance of Loss, what racist stereotypes limit Biju’s perception of the world around him?
The habit of hate limits Biju in all of his interactions with people while struggling to make a living in New York City as an illegal immigrant. Biju’s perception of the world around him is limited by racial stereotypes. Biju is friends with Saeed, an African, but Biju says he “hated all black people but liked Saeed” (86). He enjoys his friend’s happy-go-lucky attitude, but he is unable to separate his racial prejudice about blacks from his potentially fulfilling friendship with Saeed....
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