Explain the presentation of Janine and Moira in Chapter 22 and the effect of Language, Imagery, Action and Speech presentation.
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The presentation of both women mirror their respective personalities. Where Janine is subservient and empty, Janine is rebellious and full of rage. Janine's uncompromising conformity makes her privy to information about Moria's uncompromising individuality. Janine seems to, for example, have this vacant look of tacit understanding as Aunt Lydia describes Moria's assault on Aunt Elizabeth in the washroom.