I'm trying to find a descriptive prose used in the story and why is a good example of it, with evidence.
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A convict's thoughts are no freer than he is: they come back to the same place, worry over the same thing continually. Ch 4
I like the personification of "thoughts" here. There is a continual and habitual tone here to not only a convict's physical presence but his conscious presence as well: both are trapped as if on a treadmill that never stops.