hese ideas are shown through symbolism and irony . ‘Above me the Tekoteko raged. ‘He ripped his tongue from his mouth and threw it at my feet. This means that the Tekoteko wants Tu the freezing worker to have a voice and this also indicates a challenge or shame because the tongue represents the Maori culture. By this idea Taylor is getting this idea to us by telling us that we should have pride in our culture, it represents who we are with this it comes self-respect and respecting each other. Treating each other equally meaning don’t exclude others and sharing knowledge amongst our peers. [continues]
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