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anything that might try to strike him down. The t not be meani that te him a train t struck Son There is the face of a scared boy. He is scared of going back to the residential school as well as of home. ‘Don wish’ gives he wis schoo The Secret Path The image of the map that the boys share at the school. It gives them the secret path that they will use to escape. The w they i is not the pa chanie distan
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Insert surname 3 Don't let this touch you The boy is covered with what looks like water which is almost covering his head. The image is important as it shows that the troubles are catching up with him. ‘Wor like th so can In the be fre what t Haunt them, haunt them, haunt them There is an image of what looks like a black scary bird which portrays the haunting theme of the song. ‘Hau words until t differe raven views The only place to be There is an image of a boy closing his eyes. It might be he doesn’t want to see what is ahead or he is catching up a breath. ‘It's c the de Chani place Here, here and here The image of a boy so tired is seen. It makes sense as he is only interested in being there. The r emph all ov They abusiv schoo
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  • Summer '18
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  • escape, Secret, The Troubles, The Swing, Canadian Indian residential school system

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