Showing to the community that the Aborigines can achieve great things. Meanwhile, Brett, the son of a white local policeman, breaks the stereotype of whites as limiting the Aborigines’ freedom by taking the side of Dougy, Gracey and Raymond. This shows that he does not consider the Aborigines inferior like most of the whites, but he tries to be fair to both, just as his father is revealed to be at the end of the book... Showed first 250 characters
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Meanwhile, Brett, the son of a white local policeman, breaks the stereotype of whites as limiting the Aborigines’ freedom by taking the side of Dougy, Gracey and Raymond. This shows that he does not consider the Aborigines inferior like most of the whites, but he tries to be fair to both, just as his father is revealed to be at the end of the book... Showed next 250 characters
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