The Story of Lucy Gault

How does William Trevor use imagery in The Story of Lucy Gault?

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"All this - the house and the remnants of the pasture land, the seashore below the pale cliffs, the walk along it to the fishing village of Kilauran, the avenue over which the high branches of the chestnut tree now met - was as much part of Everand Gault as the features of his face were, the family traits that quite resembled a few of those in the drawing -room portrait, the smooth dark hair."

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The Story of Lucy Gault