I find this reading experience quite disturbing, for no one in this novel is adorable enough. Aziz is certainly the star of the book, his words, especially when he is disturbed, are quite sincere and sharp; however, most of the times he can make one so irritated and annoyed. His outburst of passion towards friends, of repressed love for India, and confused attitude towards life are somewhat strange to his English audience. Some of them may understand his sufferings when he was being wronged, yet they can never comprehend his contradictions and his paradoxes.I, as a reader, only have a faint idea about what he tries to express. Apart from discrimination against the Indian race, apart from cultural difference, namely, the difference between the Western ideals and Oriental philosophies, there are still more that lie across the two people. There were certain times that I was so upset by the ongoing events, for they resemble the reality too much. Aziz's angry questionings of the unfairness and the bullying acts of the English people, his sometimes careless attitudes towards some important issues are the source of my pain.