About the author: In 1974, Aravind Adiga was born in India. He received his education both there and in Australia. He received an M.Phil. from Magdalen College in Oxford after studying English literature at Columbia University in New York. He has been a journalist since 2000, beginning as a financial correspondent in New York before moving back to India to serve as a correspondent for TIME magazine in 2003. He has published numerous pieces on business, politics, and the arts. The White Tiger, his first book, was released in 2008 and was awarded the Man Booker Prize for Fiction that year. It appears as a string of unsent letters from Delhi-based chauffeur Balram Halwai, a murderer who fled his village to work in China. Mr. Second.

As a financial journalist intern at the Financial Times, Aravind Adiga started his work. He wrote about the stock market and investing for the Financial Times and Money. He spoke with US President Donald Trump while serving as a Times reporter. His critique of Oscar and Lucinda, written by 1988 Booker Prize winner Peter Carey, was published in the online literary journal The Second Circle.

About his books: The White Tiger, Adiga’s first book, was made into a Netflix original film. It received the 2008 Booker Prize.
Between the Assassinations, his second book was published in 2009. It follows the lives of the citizens of an Indian village for seven years between the deaths of Indira Gandhi and her son Rajiv.
The 2009 John Llewellyn-Rhys Memorial Prize selection included it. “Last Man in Tower”.
Selection Day was published on 8 September 2016.

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