Dukwane's Deliverance

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Title: “Dukwane's Deliverance”
Author: Neil Ramsorrun
Year of Publication: 2010
Genre: Short story

Neil Ramsorrun is a British writer and social entrepreneur who works with young people and creative technology.


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Current issues

“Dukwane's Deliverance” is a story about overcoming adversities and pursuing one’s dreams. Because the story is set in modern London, it touches upon various social issues: street violence and youth gangs, poverty and discrimination, and disability. The story explores the lives of people who are part of the lower classes of society. It illustrates how black people still feel they are a marginalised group that has no say in politics and that has fewer chances of achieving a good education and overcoming a lower-class condition.

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