Analysis Of Nelson Mandela's Long Walk To Freedom

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Mandela’s Long Walk To Freedom is a fascinating tale of the infinite inner resources of an individual who proved that ‘stonewalls do not make a prison.’ Here is a lesson in conflict resolution and personality development of the present day’s youngsters. Mandela’s greatness lies in grasping the loss of humanity in the act of oppression and he has wanted to free the oppressed as well as the oppressor. The articlemainly relates Nelson Mandela’s journey from inhuman detention on Robben island to divine forgiveness which has been a saga of suffering, endurance and transformation into a new mode of reconciliation in the interests of his country and humanity. He depicts his painful and long jail life as a prisoner along with his fellow fighters for freedom in Part eight of his autobiography titled, “Robben island: the Dark Years” and part nine titled “Robben island: Beginning To Hope’. (Key words: individual, humanity, oppression, reconciliation, Mandela) From Detention to Divinity: A Reading of Mandela’s
Long Walk To Freedom
Nelson Mandela’s journey from inhuman detention on Robben island to divine forgiveness is a saga of suffering, endurance and transformation into a new mode of reconciliation in the interests of his country and of humanity. His autobiography reveals the intertwining of two strands-- national movement and of his personal life. One becomes aware of the history of apartheid in South Africa practiced
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