Impressive Imagery

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While I didn't think the plot of this story was all that entertaining, the imagery in it is, as mentioned in the title of this blog, impressive. From the very beginning, Mansfield is flinging about similes, personification and just lots of adjectives. This is especially important to the story, as it takes place in a single scene, and this scene is fundamental in the plot of the story. Mrs. Brill is an observer, who feels that the world is a play for her, so it is obviously very important for Mansfield to paint a vivid picture for the reader.

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