Rabbit-proof Fence - Chapter 8: The Escape Summary & Analysis

Doris Pilkington Garimara
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Chapter 8: The Escape Summary and Analysis

The first day of school was in early August 1931. Molly was determined that she and Gracie and Daisy would never attend. That morning, she told them to gather their things—they were escaping. They would find their way back to Jigalong. The other two girls were astonished—it was way too far to walk. But Molly convinced them. All they had to do was find the rabbit-proof fence and follow it north. After all, her father was the rabbit-proof fence inspector. He had told her it ran the length, north to south, of the country. Soon they were outside and on their way down a sandy slope toward the river. They traveled up river quite a way until they found a spot that was shallow enough to cross. Molly felt comfortable leading the other two...

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