At Bertram's Hotel

How does Agatha Christie use imagery in At Bertram's Hotel?

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Imagery:

"Inside, if this was the first time you had visited Bertram's, you felt, almost with alarm, that you had re-entered a vanished world. Time had gone back. You were in Edwardian England once more."

The fog had come down over London suddenly that evening.

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At Bertram's Hotel