Astronomer's Wife

How does Kay Boyle use imagery in Astronomer's Wife?

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The author uses the narrator, whose consciousness is extremely close to that of Mrs. Ames, constantly uses imagery to reinforce the inexorable and regular nature of this couple's alienation from each other, comparing their relationship to a pendulum and a wave and undertow.

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