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Is there a parallel between Mr M and his search for change through peaceful and intelligent intervention and another most important Mr M Nelson Mandela Discuss substantiating your answers with proof from the play Hope has broken loose and his looking for food Dont be fooled by its gentle name It is as dangerous as Hate and Despair would be if they ever managed to break out You think Im exaggerating Pushing my metaphor a little to far Then Id like to put you inside a black skin and ask you to keep Hope alive find food for it on these streets where our children our loved and precious children go hungry and die of malnutrition No believe me it is a dangerous animal for a black man to have prowling around in his heart These are the words of Mr M also known as Anela Myalatya He is the principal of Zolile High School He is a very ambitious teacher who wants to change the world The black learners in the apartheid era were suppressed by giving them a lesser education The low standard of education was called Bantu Education When Mr M was a young boy one of his teachers told him about the wonderful world of books that everything in the world is recorded in books He then decided that he wanted part of this world of books This pursuit for knowledge led him to a greater cause To rebel against the government the people who have been suppressing the black majority for so long His task was simple but he did it with utter devotion Every single day of his live he stood in front of a class of black students and thought them not Bantu education but he made them aware he made them think for themselves His ultimate weapon was words and he trained an army of literate black youth His
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