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Aravind Adiga Writing Styles in Last Man in Tower

Aravind Adiga
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Point of View

Aravind Adiga uses the third person omniscient point of view to create his tale in order to give the reader a complete understanding of the dynamics between the residents of Vishram Society. The novel consists of many primary characters, who all have a stake in the future of the Tower, whether it stands or falls. As a cooperative society, the residents all interact and in many ways function as an extended family. They have known each other for decades in some cases. They know one another's habits and are accustomed to the noises coming from each others' apartments. For example, when the young Ajwani boys get up each morning they practice their tae kwon do and wake the upstairs neighbors. But it is expected and familiar. The Pintos likewise can hear Masterji's nighttime pacing and frequent trips to the bathroom, adding to their concern that...

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