Freddy Andrews

This study guide will help you analyze the text "Freddy Andrews" 2000 by Polly Borland. You can also find a summary of the text, as well as inspiration for interpreting it and putting it into perspective.

Polly Borland (b. 1959) is an Australian best known for her photographic works. However, she has also written several portraits and reports. Her family comes from England, but she has lived most of her life in Australia and now she lives in California, USA.


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The author uses a backstory to make readers understand why the protagonist is confused. Notice that the story starts with the narrator expressing his confusion with regards to his identity and then continues presenting past events and circumstances that have brought him to his current state: “... my mother was Aboriginal, and she was taken off her parents...” (ll. 1-2); “It was in my teens that I started to hang around with other Aboriginal people.” (ll. 12-13)...

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