This essay is about the book entitled Doungy by James Moloney. It contains a general insight into the book, as well as summaries and commentaries on the significant chapters.
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On the exterior it seems that Dougy, the book, is all about racism. However when you delve further into Dougy, many other strong messages come across. Some that stand out are finding yourself, appreciating what we have and, most strongly, having an open mind.
At the beginning Dougy, the boy, is timid, unsure of his life and seems to be in everyone's shadow. Whilst being trapped in the hall with the floodwaters rising- Dougy comes out of his shell and comes to the rescue. His brave efforts probably save the lives of Gracey and Raymond. These events bring out the best in Dougy and he gains…
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