The White Tiger Themes & Motifs

Aravind Adiga
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The Nature of Entrepreneurship

The story begins and ends with its narrator / protagonist’s views on, and celebrations of, entrepreneurship – or rather, his definition of entrepreneurship.

In general, being an entrepreneur is defined as seeing a need, either within a community or within oneself, and creating a business in order to fulfill that need. An entrepreneur whose drive towards success in business is powered by his perceptions of community develops a way to meet a particular need in that community; develops a way of fulfilling that need in a way that simultaneously makes people prepared to pay for it and makes him / her a profit; and then works hard to make sure that both addressing the need and making a profit are dealt with efficiently. On the other hand, an entrepreneur whose drive towards business success is defined by a personal belief, need, or value, skips the...

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