A Comparative Study of Bhabani Bhattacharya’s He Who Rides The Tiger and John A William’s The Man Who Cried I Am

| August 31, 2015

A Comparative Study of Bhabani Bhattacharya’s He Who Rides The Tiger and John A William’s The Man Who Cried I Am

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A Comparative Study of Bhabani Bhattacharya’s He Who Rides The Tiger and John A William’s The Man Who Cried I Am

1.abstract and introduction

• Brief sketch of BB & his works (2 paragraphs= 1 page)
• Brief sketch of JAW & his works ( 2 paragraphs=1page )

2. Literature review

• He Who Rides The Tiger: 3-4 paragraphs = 1.5pages

Write about date and publication
General themes and structures
Critical views / reception

• The Man Who Cried I Am :3-4 paragraphs =1.5 pages
Date and publication

General theme and structure
Critical reception

3. Common themes in He Who Rides The Tiger & The Man Who Cried I Am =3pages (with critique point of view )

• Caste and class
• Race and class
• Social structure ((For example in India the poor people suffer a lot because of cast and class and society always supported upper class people and they oppressed and superseded from different side .so what is or was different between American society and Indian society for these kinds of people?)
• Poverty and hunger
• Exploitation men , women and children discrimination

4. Comparison between the two novels (with critique point of view )

• Similarities and Differences
For each part 2 paragraphs = 1.5 -2 pages

5. Conclusion: (2 paragraphs)

6. Reference

• At lest half of the reference must be after 2010

• For all sources kindly write full reference, (name of publication, place of publication, date, and page number, even for articles which you use I need all the details)

For example: (for journal)
Calihman, Matthew. (2009). Black Power beyond Black Nationalism: John A. Williams, Cultural Pluralism, and the Popular Front, MELUS, Vol. 34, No. 1, (Spring), pp. 139-162.

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