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  • Imagery In The Japanese Quince

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    The brief story "The Japanese Quince" merely consists of two characters, Mr. Nilson and Mr. Tandram. He describes both men, especially in a detailed, interesting way. All expressive means and stylistic devices are employed by the author to expose the characters. To the best of my knowledge, John Galsworthy illustrates great imagery in this short story. He receives the reader's attention by giving a great mental picture of the lifestyles of the two men, starting with Mr. Nilson. "As Mr. Nilson, well

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