Mum Shirl lived there with her family, until her Grandfather was expelled from the mission when she was six. Mum Shirl had numerous connections to Cowra, however she felt discriminated against in the town itself.
Prelude — a bushwoman with her 4 children and a dog living in a wooden house while her husband is away. Appearance of the snake. Disappearance of the snake into the cracks in the floor. Thunderstorm and darkness appears, and she takes the children inside. She stayed up the night to wait for the snake to reappear.
Reappearance of the snake as dawn approaches. The dog captures the snake. The bushwoman kills the snake. She-oak This is a tree that can survive in the harsh environment just like the woman.
She-oak is hard timber tree and makes good fuel. In terms of texture and colour it is inferior to the he-oak. The use of the feminine gender indicates the prejudice against women at that time.
Bush its wide uncultivated expanse represents lifeless solitude but it provides a certain freedom. It is a dumb witness to all that is happening to her.
Alligator An alligator is a dangerous animal to other animals and human. This name is given to their pet dog. All symbolisms are associated with nature: Language and style The language is simple and casual as Henry Lawson represents the common man.
They are a continuous cycle in her life. A name is not given to her too, to suggest that she has no standing in the society and she represents all bushwomen.First work of my analysis is “The Drover’s Wife”, a short story written by Henry Lawson in published in The Bulletin.
Then the story by Murray Bail follows.
His “The Drover’s Wife” was published in Third story with the very same name was written by Barbara Jefferis in Bowes and Church's Food Values of Portions Commonly Used, Text and CD-ROM Package, Jean A. Pennington, Judith S. Spungen As You Like It (the New Hudson Shakespeare), William Shakespeare Sndwich Gigante, Lynn George The Ultimate US National Parks Collection.
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That is to say that the title of the story deemphasizes the principal character's autonomy by referring to her as the wife of a hapless drover instead of the fearless, rugged.
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