Rabbit-proof Fence Essay Topics & Writing Assignments

Doris Pilkington Garimara
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Discuss freedom in this story. How is it represented and what does the author say about it? How important is freedom? Who is free and who is not?

Discuss freedom in this story. How is it represented and what does the author say about it? How important is freedom? Who is free and who is not?

The rabbit-proof fence is a very important object in this book. Discuss the symbolism of the fence. What does it stand for and why? Does it mean different things to different people?

The rabbit-proof fence is a very important object in this book. Discuss the symbolism of the fence. What does it stand for and why? Does it mean different things to different people?

Discuss realism in the book. How does the author remind the reader that this is a true story? How does this emphasize the messages of the book? Is the author biased in any way? What is her agenda? Is this justified, or does it destroy the truth of the story?

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