16th March 2018

Wild Pork And Wildercress

Chapter One

The story is told in the first-person point-of-view, of young Ricky Baker. This gives us the perspective of a young Māori boy, with his unique intellect and sense of humour and quick wit.

Crump uses idioms, such as “Shoving more in…” Stuck me in…”,”keeping my head down” colloquial language such as cheeky and tucker. An informal, chatty style and simple sentences like “The bloke was lying also uses contractions ’till and ’em.


Chapter Two

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