Issue Details: First known date: 1993... 1993 Framing the Landscape: Prichard's "Pioneers" and Esson's "The Drovers"
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Makeham compares the way in which landscape is invoked in both plays: the room of Pioneers; and the outdoors of The Drovers. The former invokes landscape as a presence separate from the domestic centre of Prichard's play. The latter locates its action wholly in an outdoor setting. But, despite the different ways of framing the landscape, both plays celebrate the resilience and propriety of the human activity situated within it.

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