What is some imagery in God's Bits of Wood?

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Ousmane Sembène primarily uses visual imagery but also includes text such as dialogue and speeches that evoke aural imagery as well. Along with describing individual characters, the author shows the people in their living environment, as well as the areas where the striking workers congregate, including the union meeting hall. For example, sunset over the town is described:

[T]he great crimson orb grew steadily larger. The roofs, the thorny minarets of the mosques…,...

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