No Sugar

No Sugar

by

Jack Davis

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Herbert “Herbie” Munday Character Analysis

A distant relative of the Millimurra-Mundays who lives on a farm near them in Northam. Herbie has more money than his relatives, and although he is willing to lend them his cart to transport Cissie to and from the hospital, he expects the men in the family to work off their debt on his farm. Herbie is also related to Topsy, who the Millimurra-Mundays meet after they are relocated to Moore River.
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Herbert “Herbie” Munday Character Timeline in No Sugar

The timeline below shows where the character Herbert “Herbie” Munday appears in No Sugar. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Act 1, Scene 6
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...is concerned. Milly sends Joe off to borrow a horse and cart from their neighbor, Herbie. Sam has been cutting posts for the neighbor for money, and is close to paying... (full context)
Act 1, Scene 8
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Jimmy volunteers to go ask Herbie to borrow a cart. He also plans to steal a sheep while he’s there. Joe... (full context)
Act 2, Scene 2
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...introduces herself and Mary. The Millumurras realize that they are Topsy’s cousins, related through Uncle Herbie. However, Mary is unrelated to them, which is lucky for Joe, who is instantly attracted... (full context)