Deadly Unna - 504 Words
The story and its themes
Deadly, Unna? is one year in the life of fourteen year-old Gary ‘Blacky’ Black. Like most boys his age,
he plays football, worries about what to say to girls, shirks responsibility and has problems at home.
However, through his brief friendship with Dumby Red, one of the local Aborigines, Blacky learns
important lessons about human dignity, racism, justice, death, courage, family and friendship.
As the novel opens, Blacky is worried about the imminent grand final...
504 Words | 2 Pages