"Wild Cat Falling" Chapter 6 Expansion Analysis
Throughout chapter six there are many themes and language features which help to convey the narrative in order to enhance the readers understanding.
Themes which are dealt with in chapter six are; aboriginal identity, malefemale relationships, and the psychological impact of gaol. These themes are shown through language features; such as; diologue, colloquial language, lyrics, and imagery.
Firstly, the theme of identity is important because it helps the reader understand the attitudes and appearance of the characters .In this chapter, there are two settings. …
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