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Rama's Voyage

RAMA'S VOYAGE

NOVEL (Chakra Publishing, 2004)

This is the story of a boy who is forced by circumstances to leave his quiet village for a small town before he makes the journey to Calcutta. The novel is set in British India - at the time prior to and after the Indian Uprising or 'Mutiny' - and on the high seas. The novel deals with themes rarely explored in fiction. It is a story assailed by tragedy, by man's inhumanity to man, but it is also evocative of incredible courage and endurance, love and romance, revelation and self-discovery, as Rama moves closer to his destination.


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On Respect For Difference Turning Pages Isabella's Legacy: My Discovery of Spain The Griot's Tale Sam Wanamaker Mary Seacole Rama's Voyage Martin Luther King Jnr Arising from bondage Reimaging Britain Multicultural Britain Homelessness and the novel The other middle passage The world in view Paul Robeson The making of the Black working class in Britain From chattel slave to wage earner


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