Dmenisions of Human Behavior in The Novel “The Foreigner” By Arun Joshi
In the modern age of globalization and modernization, people have become selfish and self-centered. Feeling of sympathy and kindness towards poor people have almost bolted from the hearts of those who have richly available resources. They leave needy people running behind their luxurious chauffer-driven cars. Poor and marginalized people keep shouting for help for their dear ones but upper class people trying to show as if they did not hear any long distant sound crept into their eardrums. This trauma, agony, pain and sufferings is explored in the novel, The Foreigner.