The short story “One of My Best Friends” by Peter Goldsworthy presents the friendship between the narrator and Willy, his Aboriginal friend. The narrator recalls his first days at different schools, as he often moved because his father was a cop. Usually, the narrator used to make friends with the outcasts for a few weeks, until he became a bully and did not need them anymore. 

The narrator recalls that he was not aware that Willy was half-Aboriginal when he first met him and only made friends with him because he is an outcast. After establishing himself as a bully at school, the narrator finds himself unable to give up his friendship with Willy. Although Willy tries to get close to him and talk about his difficult life, the narrator avoids this...

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