Discussion Question:

"How, according to the narrator, has the caste system in India changed from the colonial to the postcolonial period?

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In The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga, Balram gets a job as a second driver for the Stork, and Mr. Ashok. He talks about how his caste as a sweet maker was pivotal in the decision on whether or not he would be hired. Balram tells his employers that he is part of the sweet-maker caste, named Halwai. He explains this is why it is easy for him to get a job in tea shops, but harder for him to get another job that do not fit his traditional caste. Balram tells Mr. Jiabo, the premier of China in Beijing whom the entire novel is ostensibly written in the form of a series of letters, that the caste system in India was simple when India was a prosperous nation....

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