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Epimetheus Unbound In The Judges Wife the author Isabel Allende uses a variety of techniques to make full use of the limited space within her short story By using strong imagery providing a background providing believable human actions and examining justice M Allende creates a piece readers can understand to the point of empathy Because her short story examines human behavior in respect to passions justice and emotion love in a plausible manner one can find close similarities between her work and that of Mary Shellys Frankenstein The author makes use of imagery to embellish not only upon her environment but also her characters M Allende presents the ideas of corruption innocence and strictness simply through well-selected adjectives that lend eloquently to the descriptions of her characters The strait laced judge being dressed formally in black and his boots always shone with bees wax Allende 422 One can infer by details such as those that that particular individual appreciates formality and considering his desert location a strict adherence to it The author also uses images of deformity demonstrate the corruption of her main character Nicholas Vidal by providing him with four 4 nipples and a scared face the reader can have a visual representation of the characters tragic formation In much the same manner one can see such development within Frankensteins creation The monsters grotesque outward appearance reflects his corrupted creation Using such imagery the author allows the readers to form a solid conception of the plight of their characters Mary Shelly uses lovely poetic imagery in much the same way to define and give three-dimensional presence to her characters Such use of imagery for the purpose of character definition can most clearly be seen in her description of her monster His limbs were in proportion and I had selected his features
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