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''The White Tiger'' by Aravind Adiga is an adult contemporary novel, originally published in 2008.
  
 
==Trigger Warnings==
 
==Trigger Warnings==
* Arranged Marriage (referenced)
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* Arranged marriage (referenced)
* Car Accident
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* Car accident
 
* Classism
 
* Classism
 
* Death (parental, child)
 
* Death (parental, child)
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* Murder
 
* Murder
 
* Poverty
 
* Poverty
* Workplace Harassment
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* Workplace harassment
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==Representation==
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An asterisk (*) indicates that the author '''openly identifies''' with that identity.
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* Indian main character*
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* Indian side characters*
  
 
==Tropes==
 
==Tropes==
* Epistolary Novel
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* [[Epistolary (trope)|Epistolary novel]]
  
 
==Controversies==
 
==Controversies==
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Latest revision as of 21:18, 24 October 2020

The White Tiger
1768603.jpg
Author(s) Aravind Adiga
Published 2008
Publisher Atlantic Books
HarperCollins
Genre(s) Contemporary Fiction
Age group Adult


The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga is an adult contemporary novel, originally published in 2008.

Trigger Warnings

  • Arranged marriage (referenced)
  • Car accident
  • Classism
  • Death (parental, child)
  • Elitism
  • Murder
  • Poverty
  • Workplace harassment

Representation

An asterisk (*) indicates that the author openly identifies with that identity.

  • Indian main character*
  • Indian side characters*

Tropes

Controversies

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