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Excerpt Chapter One That summer the heat had enveloped the whole of Shahkot in a murky yellow haze. The clutter of rooftops and washing lines that usually stretched all the way to the foothills at the horizon grew blurred and merged with the dust-filled sky. Chawla from the newspaper. Chawla himself submitted a proposal to the forestry department for the cutting and growing of vegetation in elaborate patterns; the army proposed the scattering and driving of clouds by jet planes flying in a special geometric formation; the police a frog wedding to be performed by temple priests.

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This satiric novel is based on the lifestyle in a small North Indian town of Shahkot versus the simplicity and freedom of life in a guava tree. Desai cultivates the framework of social class, Indian traditions, education, urbanization to present the mundane world of rural Indians.

In this essay I will explore how Desai uses a variety of linguistic and literary techniques to help define the characters, convey the themes. In addition the theme of weather is significant in the novel as it foreshadows some of the misfortune or gifted situations that lie ahead for some of the characters. The sudden daunting imagery of Shahkot darkening foreshadows a possible unfortunate event and tricks the reader into thinking something terrible is going to happen.

Another way Desai presents rural Indian culture is with the use of dialogues from each character that is directly exposed through third person narrative. This is important to acknowledge as it demonstrates a typical issue that a young working class Indian undergoes due to insufficient housing caused by unemployment or unequal income distribution and Sampath is one of them.

One of the causes for this is Indian autocracy and the lack of opportunity to go onto higher education, Sampath is therefore less likely to get a professional and highly respected job that his father Mr Chawla aspires to such as a lawyer or doctor instead he is stuck inside the confined post office.

Desai juxtaposes the preposition of CMO sitting on the veranda, whilst looking down towards the front yard the newspaper deliverer can be visualised. Another way Desai presents rural Indian culture is through the closeness of the Shahkot neighbourhood.

In chapter 7, Sampath finally escapes into the Guava Orchard and fulfils his desires of peace and tranquillity. It also reflects the communities concern and care for one another. This simile emphasises the boredom of having to commonly work for the government, hence leaving no room in Shahkot for any other employment opportunities. Furthermore Desai largely contrasts the village where the Chawla family lives with the natural setting in Chapter 6 of the Guava orchard where Sampath escapes to.

Also foreshadows Sampaths unpredictable false talent of a guru that Shahkotians fall into believing that he is has superior power. In conclusion, Desai uses characters from different social backgrounds and themes that are common in India to present rural Indian culture. Desai also conveys the message that the real rural area of India is in the nature of the Guava Orchard and not Shahkot as it can be seen for ignorantly replacing its rural aspects with government buildings and further urbanization.

Desai shows the readers that she disagrees with the backward traditions of Indians through her satirical techniques. However she also shows her likings for Indian food, celebration and clothing through her vast use of similes and descriptive complex sentences. Desai presents rural Indian culture through events, themes and characters to help readers understand why certain characters behave in a certain way and she provides the readers an insight of Indian culture as having imbalances of good and bad.

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Hullabaloo in the Guava Orchard Essay

After years of failure at school, failure at work, of spending his days dreaming in the tea stalls and singing to himself in the public gardens, it does not seem as if Sampath is going to amount to much. But the world is round, says his grandmother. Wait and see! No one believes her, until one day Sampath climbs a guava tree in search of peaceful contemplation and becomes unexpectedly famous as a holy man.

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Hullabaloo In The Guava Orchard

This satiric novel is based on the lifestyle in a small North Indian town of Shahkot versus the simplicity and freedom of life in a guava tree. Desai cultivates the framework of social class, Indian traditions, education, urbanization to present the mundane world of rural Indians. In this essay I will explore how Desai uses a variety of linguistic and literary techniques to help define the characters, convey the themes. In addition the theme of weather is significant in the novel as it foreshadows some of the misfortune or gifted situations that lie ahead for some of the characters. The sudden daunting imagery of Shahkot darkening foreshadows a possible unfortunate event and tricks the reader into thinking something terrible is going to happen. Another way Desai presents rural Indian culture is with the use of dialogues from each character that is directly exposed through third person narrative.

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She is the voice of a younger generation of Indian writers who write in English, many of whom live in self-exile. India is home to many religious groups, including Hindus, Buddhists, and Muslims. It also has a history of political strife among those groups, exacerbated by the interference of British colonialism and modern globalization. The town has a mixed culture of traditional Indian social norms and of modern life, wherein the runaway Sampath Chawla, who just wants to be left alone, is forced into being a holy man in spite of himself.

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