Topic for discussion: Week 2
"Imagery" is language that appeals to the senses. Here's an example, from Mean Spirit by Linda Hogan:
Grace Blanket sat up in bed and put out the lamp. It smoked a little, and she smelled the kerosene. She climbed out from between her damp sheets. Standing in her thin nightdress, buried up to her dark ankles in the wild iris leaves that year after year invaded her garden, Grace bent over her sleeping daughter and shook the girl's shoulder.
This passage appeals to the senses of sight, smell, and touch. Share some examples of imagery from Alice Munro's short story "Chance." What effect does imagery have on you, the reader?