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Deadly Unna Character Analysis
Deadly Unna? (1998), is a book based on a true story that tells the tale of non–Indigenous boy Gary 'Blacky' Black and his friendship with Dumby Red.
Set in Port Victoria in South Australia, Blacky's evolving relationships with the Indigenous kids in the community inspires him to question the
underlying racism that exists in society. In this essay, the author's methods for conveying the theme of belonging to the reader will be evaluated.
Subsequently, Gwynne's generation of racial segregation in the community, followed by the contrasting types of racism demonstrated by the characters,
will be analysed. In Deadly Unna?, Phillip Gwynne explores the themes of belonging and power within this racially segregated society. The story is
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Only when Blacky actually ventures to the Point and discovers that does he genuinely recognise the inaccuracies of the pub's 'front bar folklore'.
Phillip Gwynne indicates that in the Port Victoria community, oppressive attitudes and actions are being handed down through families, creating a
cruel cycle of generational racism. By painting over the hateful graffiti at the end of the book, Blacky and his family take a small step towards
breaking this cycle and achieving reconciliation, which is why he feels it is so important to do so. The next paragraph will outline the contrasting
forms of racism displayed by the characters. Finally, racism between the Indigenous and non–Indigenous people in the book is clearly evident through
certain key events written by the author. The characters generally exhibit one of two types of racism: intentional and unconscious. Big Mac is a good
example of an intentional racist, with moments like the aforementioned incident in the pub. Conversely, when Slogs Kneebone says in relation to
Tommy
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Character Analysis Of Arks In 'Deadly Unna'
Deadly Unna written by Phillip Gwynne follows 14 year old Gary Black, on his exploration of acknowledging and understanding racism within his
community. This leads Gary to challenge the divide of white and black. Throughout Gary's journey he has to overcome many hurtles with the help
of some helpful role models, however some negatively affect Gary's and his choses. Football coach Arks is a team player, yet disappoints Gary with
his lack of leadership and responsibility. Arks is undoubtedly a devoted football coach, which always stands by this team. "Arks is gunna pick me up,
we're going up the oval... He wants to give me some tips about rucking"pg14. Although his commitment for football, he infuriates Gary with his
ignorant view towards aboriginals. When Gary suggested that the football club do something in honour of Dumby after his tragic passing, Arks
arrogantly rejected Gary's suggested "sport's one thing, this is another...its better not to get the two mixed up"pg205. Arks has much proud for himself
and his football team, however he is a crowd pleaser and doesn't like to 'rock the boat'. Arks has no outstanding leadership qualities that Gary could
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Darcy is an abundance of knowledge and is always willing to share it with Gary. "Darcy had a way of telling a yarn– he'd chuckle, he'd shake his head
in amazement" pg48. Gary views Darcy as somewhat of a father figure, due to his lack of one. We see during the course of the novel, a strong
friendship is formed between Gary and Darcy. Gary feels comfortable to talk to him and be given helpful advice. "Well, young'un all I can say is, do
your best"pg51. Darcy is a genuine man, we see this in his maggots selling business. He is true to his word and would never sell somebody short
"they pay for fifty they get fifty"pg50. Darcy has great leadership qualities and has had a positive effect to Gary's during his
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Deadly Unna Book Report
Deadly Unna was written by Phillip Gwynne. The book is based on a true story and exposes what life was like for indigenous and white
Australians in the 1970's. Throughout the book two teenagers (Gary and Dumby) of opposite race become close friends. The book explores how
both characters are affected by the racial tension and prejudice that exists in their town. After a mishap in the town, Gary's life changes significantly.
Gary's new realisations and views on life are transformed and this impacts how others around Gary now feel about him. Gary's sense of the racial
tension in the town is clearly evident throughout the novel and this develops over the course of the book. This is made obvious when Gary hears Big
Mac's racist joke in the pub, saying, "And...show more content...
No one is willing to go to Dumby's funeral at The Point. It becomes clear that after the shooting Gary goes into a sad state, stating, "The whole
world has turned sort of grey, not only that, I feel grey too. Sad, I suppose." No one really takes into consideration about how Gary feels, he is sad,
he just lost one of his best friends, so it is understandable that the way everyone is acting towards Dumby Reds funeral is going to infuriate Gary.
Sure enough that becomes clear when Arks says, "Sport's one thing, this is another. It's better not to get the two mixed up." Gary knew what the right
thing to do was, it was to go the funeral, although no one else agreed, "Mum, Arks, Pickles, Dazza and Darcy – they all had different reasons but they
all said the same thing: don't go to Dumby's Funeral." Gary wasn't going to take no for an answer, he woke early to go to the funeral, he knew it was
what he needed to do, to remember Dumby Red the way he deserved to be remembered. Gary's developing realisation of the unfair treatment towards
indigenous people is becoming clearer and is transforming him into a new and better
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Deadly Unna Essay
Phillip Gwyne's novel, "Deadly Unna?" explores how the main character Gary Black, a white boy from the "Port" also known as "Blacky" grows
up by not agreeing to racism. Blacky experiences prejudice and friendship from both the aboriginal and white communities. Blacky begins to develop
a greater tolerance for aborigines and their culture, and then he further attempts to apply this knowledge to the intolerant and prejudiced town in
which he lives. The boy who helps him shift in his opinion of aborigines is a local aborigine named "Dumby Red", who lives in the aboriginal
missionary "The Point". Dumby is of Blacky's Football team and helps Blacky in various ways to become more tolerant. Throughout the book, Blacky
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Nice girls, but they've all got the clap (Gonorrhea). Every last one of 'em'." (Gwynne, 1998, p.122).Blacky thinks about this for a moment and
agrees that Darcy is quite smart so decides to be careful of Clarence. Later in the story Blacky is sitting at the bar and Big Mac, the bar tender starts
to tell a racist joke. When he finishes and the entire bar starts laughing, Blacky does not, he has heard and told the joke before and laughed at it, but it
did not seem funny now because of his new friendship with Dumby and Clarence. This shows how Blacky has grown and how he has no humour for
racisms.
Blacky's thoughts about prejudice in the town are confirmed after the football presentations. When the McRae medal was won by Mark Arks (from
the white boys footy team), Blacky could not believe that his town could go this far and be so racist, Dumby had contributed so much to the team all
season, he had been the true team player and was the best and everyone in the Port new it, but they continued to say nothing, Blacky then became
really angry. Blacky states;"its bullshit, that's Dumbys trophy," (Ibid, p.133). Blacky realized how racist his town was against the Nungas
(Aboriginals). This was the turning point of Blacky's view of the town. Blacky realized how much the Goonyas (white people) in his town hated the
Nungas. Another example of Prejudice is when Blacky told Pickles and Darcy about Dumby's funeral both of them thought Dumby deserved to die just
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Philip Gwynne in the novel, deadly unna, characterises Blacky as an afraid and clever individual. The way Blacky avoids The Thumper in the
grand final, and why he worries about be framed a gutless wonder indicates how Blacky is clever and afraid. During the lead up to the grand final
Blacky became the most important player in his team. First ruck. Blacky who is not keen on footy but more about his heath came up with a plan to
avoid the dreaded Thumper. Blacky's genius "Thumper tackle" was to simply dodge him with out getting hurt but making look like he tried. Blacky's
reputation was on the line in the grand final and there is nothing worse in the town than being framed a gutless wonder. Blacky quotes "not even if a
class of school kids were
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Deadly Unna Chapter Summaries Essay
Chapter Summaries. Chapter 1. – Gary is telling the story. – Gary calls the coach "arks" because he can't say ask. – Gary's team is called the goonyas. –
Gary lives on the coast of S.A. in a country town. – Carol Cockatoo is 1st Ruck and Gary is 2nd Ruck. – Gary was becoming very popular in the town
as he was now the 1st Ruck for the grand final. – Gary has 4 brothers (one Tim) and 3 sisters. – Nickname: Blacky Chapter 2. – Gary is feared that he
would be called a gutless wonder. – Gary liked school. Chapter 3. – Arks were a real champion in his day.– Coach Robertson has never won a grand
final. – Coach Robertson wife ran away and left him with the kids. – Arks played a grade footy when he was 14. Chapter 4. – Arks is...show more
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–Campers were people who were like visitors/tourist. – The campers ask Gary & his friends about the place and what they have. – Catherine is
the camper's kid. – Some of the boys think of making a business of gents against Darcy. Chapter 19. – He is smitten by Cathy – Gary had met Greggy.
Chapter 20. – Gary talks about Maccas. How they talk about girls that got to college. Chapter 21. – Gary and his mates are talking about Cathy. – His
mates believe that Gary likes Cathy. – Pickles were rich because he sold gents. Chapter 22. – The pub smelt like stale beer and cigarette smoke. – The
main people that went to the pub were: the old man, Mick, Slogs & Rocker. – Pickles and Gary were at the pub. – Farmers loved talking about
fertilisers. – Gary's mum only went to the pub on New Years and got dressed up.– Rocker was the best player at eight–balls. – Rocker & his wife
/missus were having problems. – Big Mac always told the same joke that everyone knew. Chapter 23. – Mr Matt nearly taught everyone to swim. –
Dazza's little brother didn't like looking under the water. – Arks nags about how the boys wear footy shorts. – Gary wants to be really close to Cathy
now. – Mrs Matt teaches kids how to swim. – All along the jetty the campers were fishing – The campers who were fishing at the jetty talked about the
way that Darcy's gents are better than Pickles gents. Chapter 24. – Darcy really wasn't interested in girls anymore. –
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Eulogy on "Deadly Unna" by Phillip Gwynne
Eulogy for Dumby Red As you all know we are gathered here today to share our last moments with Dumby Red. My name is Gary Black, they call
me blackly down at the point. I am extremely honoured to be here amongst all of you to talk about Dumby, however if I wouldn't have meet
Dumby I would not have had the courage to come speak in front of all of you. Dumby was the friend who helped me open my eyes to the most
important things in life. He was and always will be an excellent friend, excellent son, brother, and team player who has influenced my life very
much. He was and is a really special part of my life. Dumby was also a great inspiration to not only me but every person standing here today. Dumby
had changed my life significantly and I...show more content...
Dumby was the friend who helped me open my eyes to the most important things in life. He was and always will be an excellent friend, excellent
son, brother, and team player who has influenced my life very much. He was and is a really special part of my life. Dumby was also a great
inspiration to not only me but every person standing here today. Dumby had changed my life significantly and I can never forget him. He was
someone with a great heart which had touched all of us particularly yours Mr Tommy Red, Clarence and Mrs Red. I still remember the first time
where I meet Dumby, in the changing room when he asked me for a coat hanger. I was so jealous of him, always wished I had that killer smile,
incredible talent, a great sense of style and all the stuff to catch a girl's attention, which I had trouble with. I can never forget the time when
Dumby came for my rescue. Pickles, Dazza, Mark Arks and I had decided to go to the town. On our way back we some of Tangaratta kids came in the
way, and before I even knew Mad Dog one of the Tangaratta kids, had me in a headlock and I was about to be smashed into a pole. Mad Dog was a
scrawny, but strong kid who messed with my friends after we beat them in a game. Every time I tried to free my head he'd cackle me and rap me on
the top of the head with his knuckles. I was screaming for help, but not one of my team
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Examples Of Discrimination In Deadly Unna
English – Persuasive Essay. Discrimination in Australian society does cause people to behave differently. Discrimination doesn't only occur in the real
world, but is also a common theme in writing. Deadly, Unna?, is a great example of a novel that clearly shows discrimination throughout the story.
Racism develops quite a lot during the novel. An example of racism that was occurred in the novel was showed when Darcy had told Gary during
the awards night that he should be cautious, because majority of the Indigenous women had the "clap". Back then, the word "clap", meant a viral
disease that a lot of Indigenous people had. "You be careful of these gins now, lad. Nice girls, but they've all got the clap. Every last one of 'em'"–
Page 122. This quote is used to show the racism that occurred towards the Indigenous community. Another example that showsdiscrimination also
occurred at awards night, when Mark Arks received the McRae medal. Blacky was seriously...show more content...
Since then, Blacky realises the impact of racism towards Indigenous people in his community. These are only a few examples of discrimination that are
shown throughout the novel. Deadly, Unna? is a great example that shows the unfairness and inequality towards Indigenous people, because situations
like these don't only happen in the novel, it also happens in the real world. Today, discrimination is still happening inAustralia. Countless articles have
been published to show the amount of disrespect towards Indigenous people, mainly because of how different they are to us. But in the end, everyone
deserves to be treated equally, not unfairly. An example that shows racism in the modern world today was when Eddie McGuire, a well–known
presenter and businessman, specifically told Adam Goodes to play the role of King Kong, on the breakfast radio show on Triple M, which was
originally, promoting the King Kong
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Blacky's Role In Deadly Unna
The novel 'Deadly, Unna?' written by Phillip Gwynne tells the story of Gary Black, a young teenage football fan, who throughout the novel
develops a deep knowledge and understanding of the racial abuse and discrimination in his town. In this novel there are many male role models for
Blacky, having both positive and negative influences on him. This leaves Blacky to pick his own path to follow rather than following their wrong
path. Gary's father, Bob Black fails to be a role model to Blacky and as a replacement, shows the person Blacky should never become, an absent,
irresponsible father figure. Even though Bob Black is the man of the family, he is usually found down at the pub getting drunk and neglecting his
family. "He only sat down to...show more content...
"Big Mac was the president. And the secretary. He was also the local publican." (Pg. 126) Big Mac is a racist and violent man who is narrow–minded
and discourteous towards the aboriginal people in his town. "Did ya hear about the one about the boong and the priest. And the priest says to the
truckie, don't worry I got the Black bastard with the door." (Pg 161) Arks told this joke just as Tommy Red, Dumbys father, had left the pub. This
was when young, inexperienced Blacky is still in the pub, over hearing this crude conversation. This joke resulted in many laughs throughout the pub,
but Blacky is one of the only people who stayed silent. This shows that Big Mac is a violent and racist character that's leaves Blacky refusing the role
of manhood from Big
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Essay on Racism in Deadly Unna by Phillip Gwynne
Deadly Unna
"Deadly Unna" is the story of Garry Blacks realization of racism and discrimination in the port where he lives. When everyone else seems do
nothing to prevent the discrimination Blacky a young boy steps up to the plate and has the guts to say no against racism towards the local Aborigines.
Blacky is beginning to realize that the people he looks up to as role models might not be such good examples as most of them including his father his
footy coach and even the pub custodian all accept racism as a normal way of life and Blacky begins to realize this and tries to make them aware.
At the beginning Blacky becomes aware of the apartheid of white and black first in the players at the local footy team, the...show more content...
(who's father was coach of the team) only received the reward because he was the best white player.
Blacky first realizes that racism isn?t just a local phenomenon and that it is not just the kids but the entire community who have grown accustomed
to racism. at the game in Tangaratta, when Blacky gets into a fight with Mad Dog (a local kid). Dumby comes to Blackys rescue and subsequently
ends up in a physical fight with mad dog. When Mad Dog gives up and puts out his hand as a piece offering he takes a cheap shot at Dumby and says
?Don?t shake hands with no Boongs? pg 121 (Boongs Australia an offensive term for an Aboriginal Encarta online). Blacky uses this as an excuse to be
friends with Dumby so that the others wouldn?t think he was sympathetic to the Nungas.
On grand final day Blacky goes for a smoke with Clarence (Dumbys sister) in the shed down by the jetty Clarence sat down under the words
Boongs piss off. this made Blacky feel uncomfortable and guilty even though he had not written it, ?I felt guilty in some way . I hadn?t written it,
but I hadn?t scratched it out either? Pg.122. Blacky felt accountable not because he was responsible for the racist graffiti but because he had no
covered it up. Blacky suggests to Clarence that they go under the jetty to prevent Clarence from seeing it and they do. This is an example of Blackys
personality he felt responsible for something that he did not do. Towards the end of the
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How is sport used by the author/director to explore important themes or issues?
Deadly Unna? a novel by Philip Gwynne and Australian Rules, a film adaptation of the novel, directed by Paul Goldman are both set in an Australian
town, focusing on two different locations – the Port, inhabited by white people, and the Point where the Aboriginal people live. Both texts follow the
progress of a hopeless football team coming together to play in the grand final. The novel explores the enlightenment of the protagonist, fifteen–year
old Gary Black, or commonly known as Blacky, and his realisation and recognition of the world around him. Everyone assumes that the three main
'Australian rules' are that all Australians are equal, Australians believe...show more content...
The author specifically chose these two characters, which have different race because the idea of friendship is more emphasized in comparison if
Blacky was friends with a person of the same race. An example in the film showing the power of the bond of friendship was when Blacky was
selected to be the 'ruck' for the team and Dumby was the only person in the football team that supported Blacky: "You'll be all right Blacky, good on
ya." This shows the strong bond of the friendship between Dumby and Blacky as Dumby encourages Blacky even though his task as being the 'first
ruck' in the football team seems almost impossible. An example in the film showing the bond of friendship is through the romantic relationship
between Blacky and Clarence. Due to Dumby's passion for football, sport has allowed Dumby's sister Clarence and Blacky to meet, and build up their
relationship despite their different race. Their deep romantic relationship can be shown in the close–up scene where Clarence and Blacky were under
the jetty. The director intentionally placed the light at the side of their faces when Clarence and Blacky stared at each other. This emphasizes their
facial expressions and their eyes to reinforce romantic atmosphere. However, this love would not have existed if Blacky had not thought rationally and
changed some of the Australian rules.
The importance of independence and personal courage is also shown through sport in both the novel and the film.
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I Tomorrow, By Boori Monty Pryor
Maybe Tomorrow, narrated by Boori Monty Pryor and published in 1998, is an inspirational autobiography contextualised by portraying the life of an
Indigenous Australian. For young indigenous and non–indigenous Australians, storytelling is an important tool in their education. The author takes the
reader on the journey into his life, his family, his culture and his upbringing; which was full of tough times, tragedy, love and the importance of family
and their country. This book is also a political intervention, as it sheds light on racism and systemic discrimination, that he and his family and friends
faced from within their society. He positioned the reader to rethink their preconceived thoughts on race, power and equality. Within the...show more
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Pryor states that the most valuable lesson from school was that he 'learnt the tools to survive in a white world '(Pryor, 2010). And from his family,
the most valuable lesson was when he 'learnt the tools to survive in the black world '(Pryor, 2010). These lessons helped Pryor become the very
successful man he is today. He utilized and taught these tools to other young students to 'shape my inner self and then to communicate this to other
people' (Pryor, 2010). Although, Boori is coming to terms with the loss of his culture and family, we are able to realise that reconciliation is taking
place in many areas of society. Pryor seeks to reconnect himself with his land, culture and other aboriginals, by dedicating his work to the harmony
and settlement of his people (Pryor, 2010). His experiences with such storytelling is entangled within his story. An autobiography is coined as 'the
history of a person 's life written or told by that person ' (Dictionarycom,2016). The author positions the reader to interpret his text as an
autobiography and does so through the use of storytelling and vivid imagery, thus positioning the reader to reconsider or their beliefs towards
aboriginals (Pryor, 2010). Pryor 's life started as a small boy from North–East Queensland, he then ventured into the career path as model which led to
the
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Similarities Between Deadly Unna And Bran Nue Dae
In both films, they have different views on the skin colour of other people. In Bran Nue Dae Willy's father is a white man, this is why his mother
doesn't have a problem with white people. But in Deadly Unna the black and white community is separated into different cultures, and they hate each
other, the whites don't want to be seen with the blacks and the blacks don't want to be seen with the whites. The only people of different colours that
hung out together was Dumby and Blacky and then the whites hated Blacky for doing this, the aboriginals didn't really care at the end they could see
the Blacky was friends with Dumby because he was a good bloke.
Black members in Deadly Unna get called a lot of bad names and have a lot of comments that hurt their feelings, the racial separation in the pub, that's
in the film makes the aboriginals feel horrible, and the graffiti on the jetty is to make the aboriginals feel bad or feel like they are not wanted in the
town which makes them angry like anyone would. In the beginning of Bran Nue Dae, willy is eating poor quality porridge. later on in the movie when
Willy and his friends steal the Priest foods which is better than the porridge....show more content...
Deadly Unna clearly shows the impact of racism and separation in both films and real life. In Bran Due Date the racism is very vague and could easily
be interpreted as a
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Analytical Essay: †Deadly Unna?’
Analytical Essay: 'Deadly Unna?'
The compassionate novel Deadly Unna?, written by Phillip Gwynne, creates vivid characters and depicts race discourses experienced by Gary Black
(also known as Blacky) in a fictitious South Australian coastal community. The novel portrays a typical coastal town of the 1970s and is set mainly in
the Port: the local Pub, the Black family home and the jetty, where the local children play. The story explores theracism between the Nungas (the
indigenous population who live at the Point) and the Gooynas (the white population who live at the Port). As Blacky is from the Port, he only begins
to develop awareness of the racism around him as a result of his friendship with Dumby Red, a Nunga football player,...show more content...
Racism can also be seen when Blacky witnessing the fight between Dumby and Mad Dog. After Mad Dog punches Dumby in the side of the face,
Mad Dog makes a racist comment; "Don't shake hands with no boongs." (p.29). Blacky's reaction is selfish because he thanked Dumby for saving
him, instead of asking how he is feeling after the racist comment made by Mad Dog, which demonstrates the racism within the community. Blacky
becomes aware of racism when he is sitting in the shed with Clarence and notices a racist comment in graffiti on the wall above Clarence: "BOONGS
PISS OFF." (p.121)
Blacky becomes more aware of racism when the Best On Ground Award (B.O.G.) is announced for the grand final. Blacky is angry about Mark
Robertson winning the B.O.G. because Dumby Red played a better game. Blacky believes that Mark only won it for being white. "Mark Arks getting
B.O.G. It's bullshit. That's Dumby's Trophy." (p.133) Blacky reacts by running outside with anger building inside him, telling somebody in his way to
'Piss Off'(p.133). Blacky realises how racist his town is towards the Nungas: "Mark Arks– what a joke! It just wasn't right. It wasn't fair. But what
could I do?" (p.134). Blacky decides to quit football "Because you the team cheated Dumby out of his medal, you lousy bastards."(p.134) These events
are a prime example of the strength of racism in the town, and the marginalisation of the Nungas
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Deadly Unna Dialectical Journal
Prologue
Damien, the Camus family butler, overheard Mr and Mrs Camus speaking in the grand dining room while dusting the gigantic house. He was quietly
minding his own business when he overheard them say his name, he became intrigued, so he hid behind the glass sliding doors to listen.
"I just don't know. How will he react? He's been so great for the past three years; he's been so nice to Carly. I just don't want to tell him," exclaimed Mrs
Camus.
"Alright, after Saturday's family dinner tomorrow, I will tell him," said Mr Camus.
At that point he had heard enough so he quietly left to continue his cleaning.
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Carly and her parents were walking to her favourite restaurant, The Steaming Pot. She ordered her usual, but had a stomach churning feeling.
Once Carly and her parents left the restaurant they realised they were running late for the movie so together decided to take some side streets. They
turned down Grange St, there was no light down the street and they could barely see anything but didn't think much of it.You could hear the pitter
patter of water hitting the ground and crunch...show more content...
Carly was more nervous than she the first time she came back, she started shaking. Detective Jones saw and asked her if she was alright Carly told
him she was fine and continued walking. She felt like she did the night of the murder, her stomach was flipping, she felt like someone was watching
her but she didn't say anything with the fear of having to leave. She heard leaves crunching, the noise became louder and faster she whipped her head
around with the fear that the murderer was after her, but it was only a cat. She started breathing heavily, she had to sit down. Detective Jones ran over
and told her to breathe slowly while he ran to get water from the car. Carly drank the water and sat and watched Detective Jones investigate. One hour
later they decided they had found enough clues so they headed
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Deadly Unna Character And Action Analysis
5.Character and Action:
Protagonist– Prior
Superobjective or main goal: Prior's priority is his relationship to Louis, and being true to who he is.
Obstacles: He is betrayed by his lover Louis, who leaves him when he gets very sick.
Antagonist– Louis
Superobjective or main goal: Louis wants to be in happy romantic relationship.
Obstacles: Because Prior gets sick, Louis leaves him. He feels terrible guilt which keeps him from being in happy relationship.
6.The plot structure of the play is Climactic or Episodic (or combination of both)?
The play is Episodic because there are many characters, and many different places. The play also covers larger period of the time. The plot starts early
in the play, and continues through several of the scenes.
7.Describe the following parts on the Dramaturgical...show more content...
Climax: In the climax of the play Joe gets drunk, and calls his mom on the phone. He tells her that he is a gay. She refuses to hear that and she
hangs up after telling him to go home to his wife. He also says to Harper that he is a gay, but that he would not leave her. Harper gets sad, and wants
to be left alone. As this happening Louis goes to the hospital to see Prior. He has a fight with him because he tells him that he moved out. It really
hurts Prior, and he gets angry, and he tells him to leave the room.
d.Resolution: In the resolution of the play Joe's mom come to the city. Harper hallucinating that she is pregnant in Antarctica with her imaginary
friend. Joe and Prior meet in the park, and they are attracted to each other. Prior has imagined that he talks to his ghosts about the way he lived the
life. The play ends by the angel coming to Prior and says, "Greetings, Prophet; The Great Work begins: The Messenger has arrived". As the play
ends, many questions arrived. What will happened to marriage of Harper and Joe? Will Joe date Louis? What does the angel mean by calling Prior a
prophet?
8.What is the SPINE of the plot: (Will the protagonist ?
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The novel 'Deadly, Unna?' and the movie 'Australian Rules' by Phillip Gwynne are based on racism. The main characters in the novel and film are
Gary Black who is white and Dumby Red who is Black. They become friends while playing football for Port, where Blacky live but Dumby has to
travel as he lives in Point an Aboriginal Mission. There is a lot of conflict in the book and movie through racism, from both Point people (Nunga's) and
Port people (Goonya's).
When Dumby and Blacky become friends, Dumby teaches Blacky that some of the white people in town are misguided and are always racist. He learns
adults aren't always adults as sometimes they act like children. Blacky notices that aboriginal people in his town and Point are treated differently,
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Deadly Unna Monologue
I held out my hand and one of my men wisely placed a charging weapon in it. I calmly entered the meeting room, walked up to the man with a
bandaged hand with a smile on his face, place the barrow of the weapon to his head, and pulled the trigger. "Ah, Nunica," one of the five top bosses
called. "You do know he was to marry my daughter and is the son of the boss sitting next to me." "I had given him a warning for placing his hand on
my butt in front of my boyfriend, Echo Guild. Now I hear he had sent some of his men to kill my boyfriend. They are all dead, of course. But, that
is just the price of us doing business. The reason why he's had has a hole in it is because two days ago, he had some of his men beat a woman to death
who...show more content...
A girl has to keep her reputation and my boyfriend finding out it was me who had done him end calls for no less. I think it would be a bit difficult
if you found out that your wife had... I don't like sleeping alone when he is in port! If it wasn't for my boyfriend having a kind heart and forgives
me, Flowers' wife wouldn't have gotten what the space sleaze always dreamed of, and this old fart of an asteroid would have all his wives, both past
and present dancing over what is left of him. As you probably know, I have very little patience when given a task no matter how large and that one
was personal. My boyfriend may have said he forgives me, but I can tell he still...," I snarled, as if I was on the verge of exploding in cold anger. "I
think all of us here and the other families know this is true by now," the boss said, quickly. "What will it take for us to come to an agreement so
something like this will not go further?" "I'm sure Mr. Flowers have a ship or five he wish to give to me in forgiveness." "I think you would wish
him to drop all charges against Echo Guild," the boss said, hopeful. "That's Captain Echo Guild, and why would I need him to do that. The ships will
do nicely. "I will never...!" old man Flowers yelled, clearly
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Deadly Unna
Deadly Unna Questions Chapter 1 1. Who are the Nungas? Nungas is the word that the Aboriginal people are associated with. 2. "Usually people
just call us blacky". What does this suggest about the attitudes of other people? The other people are real bogans and come up with nicknames for
a lot of things. Chapter 2 3. What are the "worst two things you can be" in Blacky 's town? Which of these do you consider to be the worst and
why? The two worst things you can be in Blacky's town is a gutless wonder and a slack moll. Gutless wonder seems worse because if you are a boy,
no one wants to hang around with you. Chapter 3 / 4 4. Create a character description for Mr Roberston. Include details about his appearance, traits and
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What does this indicate about the facilities in Port? They are held in Wangaroo because they have second to none facilities, the best in the area.
20. "Dumby and his old man were like peas in a pod". What technique is used in this line? What is the effect of this? (explain the imagery created
by the sentence) The technique use in this line is personification, this has an effect both on Dumby and his father this shows the deep connection
that they have in family relationship. Chapter 15 21. Find and record examples of the following language techniques in this chapter: Metaphor
There was a nasty little man in my head. Simile As white as a sheet. Hyperbole (exaggeration) But I feel okay. Pun (play on words) With a sledge
hammer, driving deep into my brain. 22. What is Clarence implying when she says her mother is "not keen on being 'round you lot"? (p.119) She
means that Clarence's mother doesn't like Blacky and she is unsure about him. Chapter 16 23. Read page 121. What does the graffiti in the shed
indicate about attitudes towards Aboriginal people in town? It implies that they are arrogant and do not like the white people. 24. Darcy says to
Blacky "You be careful of those gins now, lad". What does he mean? How does this reflect his attitude to Aboriginal women? How does Blacky
misinterpret his advice? (p. 122–123) Darcy is trying to say to Blacky that they are different and to not become close to them. He takes this worngly
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Blacky's Journey of Overcoming Racism

  • 1. Deadly Unna Character Analysis Deadly Unna? (1998), is a book based on a true story that tells the tale of non–Indigenous boy Gary 'Blacky' Black and his friendship with Dumby Red. Set in Port Victoria in South Australia, Blacky's evolving relationships with the Indigenous kids in the community inspires him to question the underlying racism that exists in society. In this essay, the author's methods for conveying the theme of belonging to the reader will be evaluated. Subsequently, Gwynne's generation of racial segregation in the community, followed by the contrasting types of racism demonstrated by the characters, will be analysed. In Deadly Unna?, Phillip Gwynne explores the themes of belonging and power within this racially segregated society. The story is written from...show more content... Only when Blacky actually ventures to the Point and discovers that does he genuinely recognise the inaccuracies of the pub's 'front bar folklore'. Phillip Gwynne indicates that in the Port Victoria community, oppressive attitudes and actions are being handed down through families, creating a cruel cycle of generational racism. By painting over the hateful graffiti at the end of the book, Blacky and his family take a small step towards breaking this cycle and achieving reconciliation, which is why he feels it is so important to do so. The next paragraph will outline the contrasting forms of racism displayed by the characters. Finally, racism between the Indigenous and non–Indigenous people in the book is clearly evident through certain key events written by the author. The characters generally exhibit one of two types of racism: intentional and unconscious. Big Mac is a good example of an intentional racist, with moments like the aforementioned incident in the pub. Conversely, when Slogs Kneebone says in relation to Tommy Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 2. Character Analysis Of Arks In 'Deadly Unna' Deadly Unna written by Phillip Gwynne follows 14 year old Gary Black, on his exploration of acknowledging and understanding racism within his community. This leads Gary to challenge the divide of white and black. Throughout Gary's journey he has to overcome many hurtles with the help of some helpful role models, however some negatively affect Gary's and his choses. Football coach Arks is a team player, yet disappoints Gary with his lack of leadership and responsibility. Arks is undoubtedly a devoted football coach, which always stands by this team. "Arks is gunna pick me up, we're going up the oval... He wants to give me some tips about rucking"pg14. Although his commitment for football, he infuriates Gary with his ignorant view towards aboriginals. When Gary suggested that the football club do something in honour of Dumby after his tragic passing, Arks arrogantly rejected Gary's suggested "sport's one thing, this is another...its better not to get the two mixed up"pg205. Arks has much proud for himself and his football team, however he is a crowd pleaser and doesn't like to 'rock the boat'. Arks has no outstanding leadership qualities that Gary could truly value....show more content... Darcy is an abundance of knowledge and is always willing to share it with Gary. "Darcy had a way of telling a yarn– he'd chuckle, he'd shake his head in amazement" pg48. Gary views Darcy as somewhat of a father figure, due to his lack of one. We see during the course of the novel, a strong friendship is formed between Gary and Darcy. Gary feels comfortable to talk to him and be given helpful advice. "Well, young'un all I can say is, do your best"pg51. Darcy is a genuine man, we see this in his maggots selling business. He is true to his word and would never sell somebody short "they pay for fifty they get fifty"pg50. Darcy has great leadership qualities and has had a positive effect to Gary's during his Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 3. Deadly Unna Book Report Deadly Unna was written by Phillip Gwynne. The book is based on a true story and exposes what life was like for indigenous and white Australians in the 1970's. Throughout the book two teenagers (Gary and Dumby) of opposite race become close friends. The book explores how both characters are affected by the racial tension and prejudice that exists in their town. After a mishap in the town, Gary's life changes significantly. Gary's new realisations and views on life are transformed and this impacts how others around Gary now feel about him. Gary's sense of the racial tension in the town is clearly evident throughout the novel and this develops over the course of the book. This is made obvious when Gary hears Big Mac's racist joke in the pub, saying, "And...show more content... No one is willing to go to Dumby's funeral at The Point. It becomes clear that after the shooting Gary goes into a sad state, stating, "The whole world has turned sort of grey, not only that, I feel grey too. Sad, I suppose." No one really takes into consideration about how Gary feels, he is sad, he just lost one of his best friends, so it is understandable that the way everyone is acting towards Dumby Reds funeral is going to infuriate Gary. Sure enough that becomes clear when Arks says, "Sport's one thing, this is another. It's better not to get the two mixed up." Gary knew what the right thing to do was, it was to go the funeral, although no one else agreed, "Mum, Arks, Pickles, Dazza and Darcy – they all had different reasons but they all said the same thing: don't go to Dumby's Funeral." Gary wasn't going to take no for an answer, he woke early to go to the funeral, he knew it was what he needed to do, to remember Dumby Red the way he deserved to be remembered. Gary's developing realisation of the unfair treatment towards indigenous people is becoming clearer and is transforming him into a new and better Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 4. Deadly Unna Essay Phillip Gwyne's novel, "Deadly Unna?" explores how the main character Gary Black, a white boy from the "Port" also known as "Blacky" grows up by not agreeing to racism. Blacky experiences prejudice and friendship from both the aboriginal and white communities. Blacky begins to develop a greater tolerance for aborigines and their culture, and then he further attempts to apply this knowledge to the intolerant and prejudiced town in which he lives. The boy who helps him shift in his opinion of aborigines is a local aborigine named "Dumby Red", who lives in the aboriginal missionary "The Point". Dumby is of Blacky's Football team and helps Blacky in various ways to become more tolerant. Throughout the book, Blacky learns many things about...show more content... Nice girls, but they've all got the clap (Gonorrhea). Every last one of 'em'." (Gwynne, 1998, p.122).Blacky thinks about this for a moment and agrees that Darcy is quite smart so decides to be careful of Clarence. Later in the story Blacky is sitting at the bar and Big Mac, the bar tender starts to tell a racist joke. When he finishes and the entire bar starts laughing, Blacky does not, he has heard and told the joke before and laughed at it, but it did not seem funny now because of his new friendship with Dumby and Clarence. This shows how Blacky has grown and how he has no humour for racisms. Blacky's thoughts about prejudice in the town are confirmed after the football presentations. When the McRae medal was won by Mark Arks (from the white boys footy team), Blacky could not believe that his town could go this far and be so racist, Dumby had contributed so much to the team all season, he had been the true team player and was the best and everyone in the Port new it, but they continued to say nothing, Blacky then became really angry. Blacky states;"its bullshit, that's Dumbys trophy," (Ibid, p.133). Blacky realized how racist his town was against the Nungas (Aboriginals). This was the turning point of Blacky's view of the town. Blacky realized how much the Goonyas (white people) in his town hated the Nungas. Another example of Prejudice is when Blacky told Pickles and Darcy about Dumby's funeral both of them thought Dumby deserved to die just Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 5. Philip Gwynne in the novel, deadly unna, characterises Blacky as an afraid and clever individual. The way Blacky avoids The Thumper in the grand final, and why he worries about be framed a gutless wonder indicates how Blacky is clever and afraid. During the lead up to the grand final Blacky became the most important player in his team. First ruck. Blacky who is not keen on footy but more about his heath came up with a plan to avoid the dreaded Thumper. Blacky's genius "Thumper tackle" was to simply dodge him with out getting hurt but making look like he tried. Blacky's reputation was on the line in the grand final and there is nothing worse in the town than being framed a gutless wonder. Blacky quotes "not even if a class of school kids were Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 6. Deadly Unna Chapter Summaries Essay Chapter Summaries. Chapter 1. – Gary is telling the story. – Gary calls the coach "arks" because he can't say ask. – Gary's team is called the goonyas. – Gary lives on the coast of S.A. in a country town. – Carol Cockatoo is 1st Ruck and Gary is 2nd Ruck. – Gary was becoming very popular in the town as he was now the 1st Ruck for the grand final. – Gary has 4 brothers (one Tim) and 3 sisters. – Nickname: Blacky Chapter 2. – Gary is feared that he would be called a gutless wonder. – Gary liked school. Chapter 3. – Arks were a real champion in his day.– Coach Robertson has never won a grand final. – Coach Robertson wife ran away and left him with the kids. – Arks played a grade footy when he was 14. Chapter 4. – Arks is...show more content... –Campers were people who were like visitors/tourist. – The campers ask Gary & his friends about the place and what they have. – Catherine is the camper's kid. – Some of the boys think of making a business of gents against Darcy. Chapter 19. – He is smitten by Cathy – Gary had met Greggy. Chapter 20. – Gary talks about Maccas. How they talk about girls that got to college. Chapter 21. – Gary and his mates are talking about Cathy. – His mates believe that Gary likes Cathy. – Pickles were rich because he sold gents. Chapter 22. – The pub smelt like stale beer and cigarette smoke. – The main people that went to the pub were: the old man, Mick, Slogs & Rocker. – Pickles and Gary were at the pub. – Farmers loved talking about fertilisers. – Gary's mum only went to the pub on New Years and got dressed up.– Rocker was the best player at eight–balls. – Rocker & his wife /missus were having problems. – Big Mac always told the same joke that everyone knew. Chapter 23. – Mr Matt nearly taught everyone to swim. – Dazza's little brother didn't like looking under the water. – Arks nags about how the boys wear footy shorts. – Gary wants to be really close to Cathy now. – Mrs Matt teaches kids how to swim. – All along the jetty the campers were fishing – The campers who were fishing at the jetty talked about the way that Darcy's gents are better than Pickles gents. Chapter 24. – Darcy really wasn't interested in girls anymore. – Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 7. Eulogy on "Deadly Unna" by Phillip Gwynne Eulogy for Dumby Red As you all know we are gathered here today to share our last moments with Dumby Red. My name is Gary Black, they call me blackly down at the point. I am extremely honoured to be here amongst all of you to talk about Dumby, however if I wouldn't have meet Dumby I would not have had the courage to come speak in front of all of you. Dumby was the friend who helped me open my eyes to the most important things in life. He was and always will be an excellent friend, excellent son, brother, and team player who has influenced my life very much. He was and is a really special part of my life. Dumby was also a great inspiration to not only me but every person standing here today. Dumby had changed my life significantly and I...show more content... Dumby was the friend who helped me open my eyes to the most important things in life. He was and always will be an excellent friend, excellent son, brother, and team player who has influenced my life very much. He was and is a really special part of my life. Dumby was also a great inspiration to not only me but every person standing here today. Dumby had changed my life significantly and I can never forget him. He was someone with a great heart which had touched all of us particularly yours Mr Tommy Red, Clarence and Mrs Red. I still remember the first time where I meet Dumby, in the changing room when he asked me for a coat hanger. I was so jealous of him, always wished I had that killer smile, incredible talent, a great sense of style and all the stuff to catch a girl's attention, which I had trouble with. I can never forget the time when Dumby came for my rescue. Pickles, Dazza, Mark Arks and I had decided to go to the town. On our way back we some of Tangaratta kids came in the way, and before I even knew Mad Dog one of the Tangaratta kids, had me in a headlock and I was about to be smashed into a pole. Mad Dog was a scrawny, but strong kid who messed with my friends after we beat them in a game. Every time I tried to free my head he'd cackle me and rap me on the top of the head with his knuckles. I was screaming for help, but not one of my team Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 8. Examples Of Discrimination In Deadly Unna English – Persuasive Essay. Discrimination in Australian society does cause people to behave differently. Discrimination doesn't only occur in the real world, but is also a common theme in writing. Deadly, Unna?, is a great example of a novel that clearly shows discrimination throughout the story. Racism develops quite a lot during the novel. An example of racism that was occurred in the novel was showed when Darcy had told Gary during the awards night that he should be cautious, because majority of the Indigenous women had the "clap". Back then, the word "clap", meant a viral disease that a lot of Indigenous people had. "You be careful of these gins now, lad. Nice girls, but they've all got the clap. Every last one of 'em'"– Page 122. This quote is used to show the racism that occurred towards the Indigenous community. Another example that showsdiscrimination also occurred at awards night, when Mark Arks received the McRae medal. Blacky was seriously...show more content... Since then, Blacky realises the impact of racism towards Indigenous people in his community. These are only a few examples of discrimination that are shown throughout the novel. Deadly, Unna? is a great example that shows the unfairness and inequality towards Indigenous people, because situations like these don't only happen in the novel, it also happens in the real world. Today, discrimination is still happening inAustralia. Countless articles have been published to show the amount of disrespect towards Indigenous people, mainly because of how different they are to us. But in the end, everyone deserves to be treated equally, not unfairly. An example that shows racism in the modern world today was when Eddie McGuire, a well–known presenter and businessman, specifically told Adam Goodes to play the role of King Kong, on the breakfast radio show on Triple M, which was originally, promoting the King Kong Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 9. Blacky's Role In Deadly Unna The novel 'Deadly, Unna?' written by Phillip Gwynne tells the story of Gary Black, a young teenage football fan, who throughout the novel develops a deep knowledge and understanding of the racial abuse and discrimination in his town. In this novel there are many male role models for Blacky, having both positive and negative influences on him. This leaves Blacky to pick his own path to follow rather than following their wrong path. Gary's father, Bob Black fails to be a role model to Blacky and as a replacement, shows the person Blacky should never become, an absent, irresponsible father figure. Even though Bob Black is the man of the family, he is usually found down at the pub getting drunk and neglecting his family. "He only sat down to...show more content... "Big Mac was the president. And the secretary. He was also the local publican." (Pg. 126) Big Mac is a racist and violent man who is narrow–minded and discourteous towards the aboriginal people in his town. "Did ya hear about the one about the boong and the priest. And the priest says to the truckie, don't worry I got the Black bastard with the door." (Pg 161) Arks told this joke just as Tommy Red, Dumbys father, had left the pub. This was when young, inexperienced Blacky is still in the pub, over hearing this crude conversation. This joke resulted in many laughs throughout the pub, but Blacky is one of the only people who stayed silent. This shows that Big Mac is a violent and racist character that's leaves Blacky refusing the role of manhood from Big Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 10. Essay on Racism in Deadly Unna by Phillip Gwynne Deadly Unna "Deadly Unna" is the story of Garry Blacks realization of racism and discrimination in the port where he lives. When everyone else seems do nothing to prevent the discrimination Blacky a young boy steps up to the plate and has the guts to say no against racism towards the local Aborigines. Blacky is beginning to realize that the people he looks up to as role models might not be such good examples as most of them including his father his footy coach and even the pub custodian all accept racism as a normal way of life and Blacky begins to realize this and tries to make them aware. At the beginning Blacky becomes aware of the apartheid of white and black first in the players at the local footy team, the...show more content... (who's father was coach of the team) only received the reward because he was the best white player. Blacky first realizes that racism isn?t just a local phenomenon and that it is not just the kids but the entire community who have grown accustomed to racism. at the game in Tangaratta, when Blacky gets into a fight with Mad Dog (a local kid). Dumby comes to Blackys rescue and subsequently ends up in a physical fight with mad dog. When Mad Dog gives up and puts out his hand as a piece offering he takes a cheap shot at Dumby and says ?Don?t shake hands with no Boongs? pg 121 (Boongs Australia an offensive term for an Aboriginal Encarta online). Blacky uses this as an excuse to be friends with Dumby so that the others wouldn?t think he was sympathetic to the Nungas. On grand final day Blacky goes for a smoke with Clarence (Dumbys sister) in the shed down by the jetty Clarence sat down under the words Boongs piss off. this made Blacky feel uncomfortable and guilty even though he had not written it, ?I felt guilty in some way . I hadn?t written it, but I hadn?t scratched it out either? Pg.122. Blacky felt accountable not because he was responsible for the racist graffiti but because he had no covered it up. Blacky suggests to Clarence that they go under the jetty to prevent Clarence from seeing it and they do. This is an example of Blackys personality he felt responsible for something that he did not do. Towards the end of the Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 11. How is sport used by the author/director to explore important themes or issues? Deadly Unna? a novel by Philip Gwynne and Australian Rules, a film adaptation of the novel, directed by Paul Goldman are both set in an Australian town, focusing on two different locations – the Port, inhabited by white people, and the Point where the Aboriginal people live. Both texts follow the progress of a hopeless football team coming together to play in the grand final. The novel explores the enlightenment of the protagonist, fifteen–year old Gary Black, or commonly known as Blacky, and his realisation and recognition of the world around him. Everyone assumes that the three main 'Australian rules' are that all Australians are equal, Australians believe...show more content... The author specifically chose these two characters, which have different race because the idea of friendship is more emphasized in comparison if Blacky was friends with a person of the same race. An example in the film showing the power of the bond of friendship was when Blacky was selected to be the 'ruck' for the team and Dumby was the only person in the football team that supported Blacky: "You'll be all right Blacky, good on ya." This shows the strong bond of the friendship between Dumby and Blacky as Dumby encourages Blacky even though his task as being the 'first ruck' in the football team seems almost impossible. An example in the film showing the bond of friendship is through the romantic relationship between Blacky and Clarence. Due to Dumby's passion for football, sport has allowed Dumby's sister Clarence and Blacky to meet, and build up their relationship despite their different race. Their deep romantic relationship can be shown in the close–up scene where Clarence and Blacky were under the jetty. The director intentionally placed the light at the side of their faces when Clarence and Blacky stared at each other. This emphasizes their facial expressions and their eyes to reinforce romantic atmosphere. However, this love would not have existed if Blacky had not thought rationally and changed some of the Australian rules. The importance of independence and personal courage is also shown through sport in both the novel and the film. Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 12. I Tomorrow, By Boori Monty Pryor Maybe Tomorrow, narrated by Boori Monty Pryor and published in 1998, is an inspirational autobiography contextualised by portraying the life of an Indigenous Australian. For young indigenous and non–indigenous Australians, storytelling is an important tool in their education. The author takes the reader on the journey into his life, his family, his culture and his upbringing; which was full of tough times, tragedy, love and the importance of family and their country. This book is also a political intervention, as it sheds light on racism and systemic discrimination, that he and his family and friends faced from within their society. He positioned the reader to rethink their preconceived thoughts on race, power and equality. Within the...show more content... Pryor states that the most valuable lesson from school was that he 'learnt the tools to survive in a white world '(Pryor, 2010). And from his family, the most valuable lesson was when he 'learnt the tools to survive in the black world '(Pryor, 2010). These lessons helped Pryor become the very successful man he is today. He utilized and taught these tools to other young students to 'shape my inner self and then to communicate this to other people' (Pryor, 2010). Although, Boori is coming to terms with the loss of his culture and family, we are able to realise that reconciliation is taking place in many areas of society. Pryor seeks to reconnect himself with his land, culture and other aboriginals, by dedicating his work to the harmony and settlement of his people (Pryor, 2010). His experiences with such storytelling is entangled within his story. An autobiography is coined as 'the history of a person 's life written or told by that person ' (Dictionarycom,2016). The author positions the reader to interpret his text as an autobiography and does so through the use of storytelling and vivid imagery, thus positioning the reader to reconsider or their beliefs towards aboriginals (Pryor, 2010). Pryor 's life started as a small boy from North–East Queensland, he then ventured into the career path as model which led to the Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 13. Similarities Between Deadly Unna And Bran Nue Dae In both films, they have different views on the skin colour of other people. In Bran Nue Dae Willy's father is a white man, this is why his mother doesn't have a problem with white people. But in Deadly Unna the black and white community is separated into different cultures, and they hate each other, the whites don't want to be seen with the blacks and the blacks don't want to be seen with the whites. The only people of different colours that hung out together was Dumby and Blacky and then the whites hated Blacky for doing this, the aboriginals didn't really care at the end they could see the Blacky was friends with Dumby because he was a good bloke. Black members in Deadly Unna get called a lot of bad names and have a lot of comments that hurt their feelings, the racial separation in the pub, that's in the film makes the aboriginals feel horrible, and the graffiti on the jetty is to make the aboriginals feel bad or feel like they are not wanted in the town which makes them angry like anyone would. In the beginning of Bran Nue Dae, willy is eating poor quality porridge. later on in the movie when Willy and his friends steal the Priest foods which is better than the porridge....show more content... Deadly Unna clearly shows the impact of racism and separation in both films and real life. In Bran Due Date the racism is very vague and could easily be interpreted as a Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 14. Analytical Essay: †Deadly Unna?’ Analytical Essay: 'Deadly Unna?' The compassionate novel Deadly Unna?, written by Phillip Gwynne, creates vivid characters and depicts race discourses experienced by Gary Black (also known as Blacky) in a fictitious South Australian coastal community. The novel portrays a typical coastal town of the 1970s and is set mainly in the Port: the local Pub, the Black family home and the jetty, where the local children play. The story explores theracism between the Nungas (the indigenous population who live at the Point) and the Gooynas (the white population who live at the Port). As Blacky is from the Port, he only begins to develop awareness of the racism around him as a result of his friendship with Dumby Red, a Nunga football player,...show more content... Racism can also be seen when Blacky witnessing the fight between Dumby and Mad Dog. After Mad Dog punches Dumby in the side of the face, Mad Dog makes a racist comment; "Don't shake hands with no boongs." (p.29). Blacky's reaction is selfish because he thanked Dumby for saving him, instead of asking how he is feeling after the racist comment made by Mad Dog, which demonstrates the racism within the community. Blacky becomes aware of racism when he is sitting in the shed with Clarence and notices a racist comment in graffiti on the wall above Clarence: "BOONGS PISS OFF." (p.121) Blacky becomes more aware of racism when the Best On Ground Award (B.O.G.) is announced for the grand final. Blacky is angry about Mark Robertson winning the B.O.G. because Dumby Red played a better game. Blacky believes that Mark only won it for being white. "Mark Arks getting B.O.G. It's bullshit. That's Dumby's Trophy." (p.133) Blacky reacts by running outside with anger building inside him, telling somebody in his way to 'Piss Off'(p.133). Blacky realises how racist his town is towards the Nungas: "Mark Arks– what a joke! It just wasn't right. It wasn't fair. But what could I do?" (p.134). Blacky decides to quit football "Because you the team cheated Dumby out of his medal, you lousy bastards."(p.134) These events are a prime example of the strength of racism in the town, and the marginalisation of the Nungas Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 15. Deadly Unna Dialectical Journal Prologue Damien, the Camus family butler, overheard Mr and Mrs Camus speaking in the grand dining room while dusting the gigantic house. He was quietly minding his own business when he overheard them say his name, he became intrigued, so he hid behind the glass sliding doors to listen. "I just don't know. How will he react? He's been so great for the past three years; he's been so nice to Carly. I just don't want to tell him," exclaimed Mrs Camus. "Alright, after Saturday's family dinner tomorrow, I will tell him," said Mr Camus. At that point he had heard enough so he quietly left to continue his cleaning. ~ Carly and her parents were walking to her favourite restaurant, The Steaming Pot. She ordered her usual, but had a stomach churning feeling. Once Carly and her parents left the restaurant they realised they were running late for the movie so together decided to take some side streets. They turned down Grange St, there was no light down the street and they could barely see anything but didn't think much of it.You could hear the pitter patter of water hitting the ground and crunch...show more content... Carly was more nervous than she the first time she came back, she started shaking. Detective Jones saw and asked her if she was alright Carly told him she was fine and continued walking. She felt like she did the night of the murder, her stomach was flipping, she felt like someone was watching her but she didn't say anything with the fear of having to leave. She heard leaves crunching, the noise became louder and faster she whipped her head around with the fear that the murderer was after her, but it was only a cat. She started breathing heavily, she had to sit down. Detective Jones ran over and told her to breathe slowly while he ran to get water from the car. Carly drank the water and sat and watched Detective Jones investigate. One hour later they decided they had found enough clues so they headed Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 16. Deadly Unna Character And Action Analysis 5.Character and Action: Protagonist– Prior Superobjective or main goal: Prior's priority is his relationship to Louis, and being true to who he is. Obstacles: He is betrayed by his lover Louis, who leaves him when he gets very sick. Antagonist– Louis Superobjective or main goal: Louis wants to be in happy romantic relationship. Obstacles: Because Prior gets sick, Louis leaves him. He feels terrible guilt which keeps him from being in happy relationship. 6.The plot structure of the play is Climactic or Episodic (or combination of both)? The play is Episodic because there are many characters, and many different places. The play also covers larger period of the time. The plot starts early in the play, and continues through several of the scenes. 7.Describe the following parts on the Dramaturgical...show more content... Climax: In the climax of the play Joe gets drunk, and calls his mom on the phone. He tells her that he is a gay. She refuses to hear that and she hangs up after telling him to go home to his wife. He also says to Harper that he is a gay, but that he would not leave her. Harper gets sad, and wants to be left alone. As this happening Louis goes to the hospital to see Prior. He has a fight with him because he tells him that he moved out. It really hurts Prior, and he gets angry, and he tells him to leave the room. d.Resolution: In the resolution of the play Joe's mom come to the city. Harper hallucinating that she is pregnant in Antarctica with her imaginary friend. Joe and Prior meet in the park, and they are attracted to each other. Prior has imagined that he talks to his ghosts about the way he lived the life. The play ends by the angel coming to Prior and says, "Greetings, Prophet; The Great Work begins: The Messenger has arrived". As the play ends, many questions arrived. What will happened to marriage of Harper and Joe? Will Joe date Louis? What does the angel mean by calling Prior a prophet? 8.What is the SPINE of the plot: (Will the protagonist ? Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 17. The novel 'Deadly, Unna?' and the movie 'Australian Rules' by Phillip Gwynne are based on racism. The main characters in the novel and film are Gary Black who is white and Dumby Red who is Black. They become friends while playing football for Port, where Blacky live but Dumby has to travel as he lives in Point an Aboriginal Mission. There is a lot of conflict in the book and movie through racism, from both Point people (Nunga's) and Port people (Goonya's). When Dumby and Blacky become friends, Dumby teaches Blacky that some of the white people in town are misguided and are always racist. He learns adults aren't always adults as sometimes they act like children. Blacky notices that aboriginal people in his town and Point are treated differently, Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 18. Deadly Unna Monologue I held out my hand and one of my men wisely placed a charging weapon in it. I calmly entered the meeting room, walked up to the man with a bandaged hand with a smile on his face, place the barrow of the weapon to his head, and pulled the trigger. "Ah, Nunica," one of the five top bosses called. "You do know he was to marry my daughter and is the son of the boss sitting next to me." "I had given him a warning for placing his hand on my butt in front of my boyfriend, Echo Guild. Now I hear he had sent some of his men to kill my boyfriend. They are all dead, of course. But, that is just the price of us doing business. The reason why he's had has a hole in it is because two days ago, he had some of his men beat a woman to death who...show more content... A girl has to keep her reputation and my boyfriend finding out it was me who had done him end calls for no less. I think it would be a bit difficult if you found out that your wife had... I don't like sleeping alone when he is in port! If it wasn't for my boyfriend having a kind heart and forgives me, Flowers' wife wouldn't have gotten what the space sleaze always dreamed of, and this old fart of an asteroid would have all his wives, both past and present dancing over what is left of him. As you probably know, I have very little patience when given a task no matter how large and that one was personal. My boyfriend may have said he forgives me, but I can tell he still...," I snarled, as if I was on the verge of exploding in cold anger. "I think all of us here and the other families know this is true by now," the boss said, quickly. "What will it take for us to come to an agreement so something like this will not go further?" "I'm sure Mr. Flowers have a ship or five he wish to give to me in forgiveness." "I think you would wish him to drop all charges against Echo Guild," the boss said, hopeful. "That's Captain Echo Guild, and why would I need him to do that. The ships will do nicely. "I will never...!" old man Flowers yelled, clearly Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 19. Deadly Unna Deadly Unna Questions Chapter 1 1. Who are the Nungas? Nungas is the word that the Aboriginal people are associated with. 2. "Usually people just call us blacky". What does this suggest about the attitudes of other people? The other people are real bogans and come up with nicknames for a lot of things. Chapter 2 3. What are the "worst two things you can be" in Blacky 's town? Which of these do you consider to be the worst and why? The two worst things you can be in Blacky's town is a gutless wonder and a slack moll. Gutless wonder seems worse because if you are a boy, no one wants to hang around with you. Chapter 3 / 4 4. Create a character description for Mr Roberston. Include details about his appearance, traits and ...show more content... What does this indicate about the facilities in Port? They are held in Wangaroo because they have second to none facilities, the best in the area. 20. "Dumby and his old man were like peas in a pod". What technique is used in this line? What is the effect of this? (explain the imagery created by the sentence) The technique use in this line is personification, this has an effect both on Dumby and his father this shows the deep connection that they have in family relationship. Chapter 15 21. Find and record examples of the following language techniques in this chapter: Metaphor There was a nasty little man in my head. Simile As white as a sheet. Hyperbole (exaggeration) But I feel okay. Pun (play on words) With a sledge hammer, driving deep into my brain. 22. What is Clarence implying when she says her mother is "not keen on being 'round you lot"? (p.119) She means that Clarence's mother doesn't like Blacky and she is unsure about him. Chapter 16 23. Read page 121. What does the graffiti in the shed indicate about attitudes towards Aboriginal people in town? It implies that they are arrogant and do not like the white people. 24. Darcy says to Blacky "You be careful of those gins now, lad". What does he mean? How does this reflect his attitude to Aboriginal women? How does Blacky misinterpret his advice? (p. 122–123) Darcy is trying to say to Blacky that they are different and to not become close to them. He takes this worngly Get more content on HelpWriting.net