“Who Am I? And How May I Become Myself?” – An Honest Self-scrutiny through Paul Beatty’s Sell Out Rosebel Wilson C, Dr. G Baskaran
Today’s world is full of strife and tensions, among countries, societies, or religions. In this highly poisoned world, people never look back into themselves. They think about others and how to underestimate others and themselves. People got really mad and consequently psychiatric institutions mushroomed all over the world. But nobody realizes the fact that all these problems are mirroring out the need to look back into us, “who am I? And How may I become myself?” are the questions every individuals ask or seek to themselves at least once in their life-time. This paper analyses the significance of these questions in the life of Afrikans through Paul Beatty’s debut novel Sell Out.