A House For Mr Biswas Ever since his birth, Mr. Biswas - the main protagonist of V.S. Naipaul?s A House for Mr. Biswas - never has an opportunity to develop a sense of self. He is always finding himself in situations that undertake him feel powerless. Due to this powerlessness he is always in situations where he is having people tell him what to do. He never has any(prenominal) individualised power. Mr. Biswas realizes that with money and possessions a person tends to have often power in society. Indeed, for Mr.
Biswas owning a house serves as a symbol which illu strates his ability to realize a self-identity and gain own(prenominal) power to take control of his flavor. Mr. Biswas is caught in the grasp of feudalism. He is trapped in the rigid class structure that controls his society. He is always listening to others and never makes decisions about his own liveness or well-being. Mr. Biswas is a ? wanderer with no place he could call his own, with no family except that which he was to atte...If you want to put forward a full essay, order it on our website: OrderCustomPaper.com
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