Distinctively image means producing images in our minds when we look at a text or when something has been classified or compared in a living or non-living thing.. Through this essay, it will explore the different types of ways Henry Lawson uses distinctively image throughout his poems called “the Drovers Wife” and “the Loaded Dog”. Also through this essay a related material that will back up these poems is a picture called “the wallaby track”. The Drover wife is about a Drover (a farmer or someone that herd livestock such as cows and sheep) who goes away for a long period of time working while his wife and their 4 children live all by themselves out in the outback. Throughout this story she is experience many different harsh experiences living in the outback. During this story, she is portrayed as a tough, determined woman facing many difficult challenges by herself including floods, drought and disease. This gives the reader an impression of her courage and strength. Lawson describes the Drover’s wife as a ‘gaunt, sun-browned bush woman.’ This makes us as responders, imagine a woman who has had a hard life and been struggling. The Australian bush is effectively described throughout the story with the use of visual imagery. The harsh conditions of Australia are brought to our attention by ‘Bush with no horizon, for the country is flat.’ The author describes how there are no distinctive features. The bush is portrayed as an unfriendly places ‘nothing to relieve the eyes’. The author also illustrates how hard it is to survive in the outback ‘the bush consists of stunted rotten apple trees’. Lawson uses descriptive language and adjectives to illustrate the house the family lives in. ‘the two roomed house is built of round timber slabs and stringy bark’ it describes how the primitive house is small and home-made.
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