Deadly Unna Summary Essays

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  • Deadly Unna Essay

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    Deadly Unna Phillip Gwynne Thesis: Deadly Unna delivers an engaging insight to the lives of teenagers trying to overcome every day issues of racism, self confidence and sexism. Introduction: Teenagers are often misrepresented within literature and their issues or problems exaggerated. Deadly Unna delivers an engaging insight to the lives of teenagers trying to overcome every day issues of racism, self confidence and sexism. Deadly Unna written by Phillip Gwynne is a complicated novel that

  • Deadly Unna Book Report

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    I: Good morning book Lovers today on Author Study we are talking to prize winning Author Phillip Gwynne – Winner of the 1999 children’s book award for his excellent Novel Deadly Unna. Good afternoon Phillip how are you? PG: Very well thank you. I: So Phillip, you have been an author, for about 10 years now, but before we get into your prize winning book, tell us a bit about yourself. PG: Well, Jarrod, I was born in Melbourne grew up with 7 brothers and sisters in South Australia and before

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