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The vast majority of Bangladesh’s inhabitants are Bengalis, who are largely descended from Indo-Aryans who began to migrate into the country from the west thousands of years ago and who mixed within Bengal with indigenous groups of various racial stocks…. Physically they are different in appearance from their peers, but aside from this, as Irie moans, ' Everyone’s the same here’ (p. The second-generation of immigrants do not share the racialized world of their parents, because they have grown up in a world where hybridity is the norm: Everyone at Glenard Oak was at work; they were Babelians of every conceivable class and colour speaking in tongues… Raggastantis spoke a strange mix of Jamaican Patois, Bengali, Gujarati and English’ (p. The ultimate irony of the novel intends to explode Samad’s essentialism once and for all, as Magid returns from the 'homeland’ an anglophile dandy who shatters Samad’s illusions of cultural purity.
(Brent Schools Report 1990: 67 different faiths, 123 different languages). 292) Millat is part of a gang called ' Raggastani… Samad’s anger at this springs out of the knowledge that he has been misled by the false notion of a pure identity: 'a real Bengali, a proper Muslim' is simply a comforting fantasy.
Samad is a wannabe patriarch and his struggle to reconcile his ethnicity with his identity as a British subject causes him considerable inner turmoil and precipitates many of the main dramas of the novel.
Yet, unlike their father Millat and Magid have grown up in a community where cultural mixing is commonplace, and for this reason they envisage identity in relation to their nationality, ethnicity, and religion quite differently from their father.
leave India in bed with the British, if that’s what she likes’ (p.
88), earlier having entreated his colleagues to unite with him to 'fight together as British subjects’ (p. He is clearly proud to serve in the British army, only wishing that he were 'soaring in the Royal Airborne Force’ (p.LUCKNOW: The 125th anniversary celebrations of Bengali Club and Youngmen's Association are all set to start from Durga Puja and will continue for a year.The puja pandal will be themed around the life and works of 19th century social reformer Pandit Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar.As long as Samad views himself as a colonial subject he is able to keep his racial and national affiliations separate. These incidents are, for Samad, verbal assaults on his precariously balanced identity.Yet this duality goes on to anguish Samad as he experiences ever more difficulty in conclusively delineating the two cultures. Samad believes that if he accepts either of these epithets he would effectively relinquish his Bengali allegiance.This entry was posted on Wednesday, June 10th, 2009 at pm and is filed under Zadie Smith.