No Sugar

No Sugar

by

Jack Davis

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The specific camp within the Moore River Native Settlement where the Millimurra-Munday family has made their home.
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Long Pool Camp Term Timeline in No Sugar

The timeline below shows where the term Long Pool Camp appears in No Sugar. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Act 2, Scene 7
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Joe and Mary return to the Long Pool Camp later that night. He announces that he and Mary want to run away and get... (full context)
Act 4, Scene 3
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Mary stumbles into the Long Pool Camp , where Milly, Sam, Jimmy, and Gran are going about their day. Milly can immediately... (full context)
Act 4, Scene 7
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In the evening down at the Long Pool Camp , Mary begins her contractions. She cries out, asking for Joe, and begs the Millimurra-Mundays... (full context)
Act 4, Scene 8
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Gran sits by the fire down at Long Pool Camp . She looks much older than in the previous scene. (full context)
Act 4, Scene 10
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Early in the morning, the Millimurra-Munday family gathers at Long Pool Camp . Milly gives Mary a sugar bag full of flour, a frying pan, mugs, onions,... (full context)