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The Rabbits by John Marsden and Shaun Tan

Every picture tells a story.
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Margy Teka-Hourihan

on 17 November 2012

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Transcript of The Rabbits by John Marsden and Shaun Tan

Every picture tells a story What story are we being told here? What do we recognise in the visual images? Who are the rabbits? What aren't we being told? What is the perspective? Why has that been used? What tense has the author used here? Past, present or future? Why are the kangaroos and the rabbits on top of the page? What is the meaning of their relative position? They came by water.... Explain the illustrators use of the frame here. and stole our children Explain what the illustrator used to portray the authors meaning of this sentence. Rabbits, rabbits everywhere....the land is bare and brown the wind blows empty across the plains.... What changes have happened to the land? What is the author saying here? Why does the author believe the kangaroos need saving from the rabbits? Where is the author positioning the reader? Has the author been fair in their portrayal of the rabbits and the kangaroos?
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