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Essay | The Rabbits

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of The Rabbits.
This section contains 899 words
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The Rabbits

Summary: My essay is about the book called the Rabbits. It explores ideas on Black Australia and the domination of the whites.
The Rabbits is about the arrival of the British and the progression that took place after that.

In the beginning of the book the rabbits are very few and appear nice. The pictures are still natural colours and involve lots of curves. This represents when the British first arrived and the land was still pure and cared for.

Towards the fifth and twelfth pages all naturalness is cut out. On the fifth and sixth pages there is still some curves but the ground is covered by skeletons. This represents the mistreatment of the land.

Page thirteen shows the beginning of fighting, war and rebellion. In one of the pictures there is a never ending line of rabbits. The writing says `but there were too many rabbits'. This is the point that shows the invasion is complete.

Page fourteen and fifteen symbolises death. This is shown by the skeletons...

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This section contains 899 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)
Purchase our Student Essay on The Rabbits
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