Al-Momani, H. (2016). Rabbit Proof Fence: A Struggle for Cultural Existence. Australian International Academic Centre, Australia, 7(6), 276-279.

Rabbit Proof Fence is a Pilkingston’s novel which is a real story telling about three aboriginal girls that was separated from their families. In the novel, these girls do not want their freedom to be limited that they try to back to their hometown.

Do not care about the obstacles and the struggle they will face, the girls want to release from colonialism which make them separated from their own family.

Here in the article, the writers stated that Rabbit Proof Fence reflects on the aboriginal people’s hard work for their own cultural existence. The way the fight for the cultural existence regardless the pain that they feel shows us that cultural existence need to be preserved.



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