Race and Ethnicity in Zadie Smith's White Teeth

Ahmed Flayih Hassan


The point of this proposal is to inspect Zadie Smith's 2000 novel White Teeth in light of the present situation with respect to race, multiculturalism and religion in Europe and whatever remains of the West. White Teeth paints a multicultural picture of twentieth century Britain, when racial strains were still on the loose. Amid World War II, Britain was in urgent need of more laborers, along these lines movement was empowered. As a requirement for work animated movement, an inundation of migrants which sparked as the word "Racism". Notwithstanding the intrinsic selectiveness of "minority" it nearly turns into a sweeping term in which to aggregate all apparently substandard races. It is Novel in regards to kinship between two families Archie and his long time companion Samad and their families how they adapt to their inward battles and comprehend their outside clashes with each other all through the novel. Through this procedure roots and connections are found. In White Teeth, Smith incorporates an assortment of topics, uncovered utilizing an extensive variety of various scholarly devices

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