In such a cardinal subdivision of the place. This entices the audience and makes them feel as though they are participants in the world of the ballad.
With lone brief descriptions of people. Banjo Patterson, entices the audience and draws them into the story to live it out.Lawson concentrates on the harsh reality of outback existence portraying it as a dull environment quoting Draw a wire fence and a few ragged gums, and add some scattered sheep running away from the train. The immediate milieus of the twosome. They are only differentiated only by their stereotypes. The appearance of tractors empowered much more serious cultivating. The audience is given a feeling that this is not home for the faint hearted. His attitude does not support the positive opinion most people convey about the bush as he has spent a considerable amount of his life in the bush where he experienced first hand its harsh nature. The characters portrayed are not personalised, remaining anonymous and unnamed and referred to mostly as they.
This makes the audience to feel the harsh ruggedness of the dull landscape. With the audience thinking this commonality between many small towns, they feel as though they want to stay observers rather than just being forced observers.
By the usage of negative adjectives of the landscape. The audience is given a feeling that this is not home for the faint hearted. The harsh conditions of the bush conveyed are metaphorically representing the circumstances in which people live by in the bush as a result from social injustice.
The immediate milieus of the twosome. This whole story was written negatively about the Australian outback describing about the harshness of the environment and the stereotypical views of the Australian people Nico Banting.
This makes the audience feel scared of the bizarre dog, but also they also sympathize with it as it is living in such severe conditions.