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    ‘Deadly Unna?’ By Phillip Gwynne

    ‘Deadly Unna?’ was the first novel of the famous Australian author, Phillip Gwynne, published in 1998. The fascinating drama novel expresses the inter-racial friendship between two teenage boys, Gary “Blacky” Black and “Dumby” Red. The book focuses on many complications the adolescence face, for example racism, favouritism, relationships, families, exclusion and more. ‘Deadly Unna?’ is […] More

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    Belonging Essay: “Rabbit Proof Fence” by Phillip Noyce

    “A sense of belonging comes from having connections with people and place”/ Compare how the texts you have studied convey these ideas. Who am I? Where do I belong? ‘A person’s identity is shaped by their sense of belonging and/or not belonging’. This concept is clearly explored in the touching movie “Rabbit proof fence” of […] More