Hate In Balram's The White Tiger

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In the novel, The White Tiger, Balram shows signs of hate in his community because of the way he was treated by his masters but also by his family members. During the novel he explains, “Now, even though I killed him, you won’t find me saying one bad thing about him. I protected his good name when I was his servant, and now that I am (in a sense) his master, I won’t stop protecting his good name.” p. 39 The White Tiger. He shows signs of sympathy because he knows what he did was wrong but he was finally to his breaking point. Even though his masters and family looked down on him all his life, I do not think he was justified in his deeds. I feel this way because one it is never okay to kill someone and two because Ashok always saw him as family

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