Jude the Obscure

How does Thomas Hardy use imagery in Jude the Obscure?

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Imagery:

"At the back of the door were fixed two hooks for hanging garments, and from these the forms of the two youngest children were suspended, by a piece of box-cord round each of their necks, while from a nail a few yards off the body of little Jude was hanging in a similar manner."

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Jude the Obscure