Why did Woof’s use long analogy for perfume in her work?

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“Only a scholar who has descended step by step into a mausoleum and there finds himself in a crypt, crusted with fungus, slimy with mould, exuding sour smells of decay and antiquity, while half-obliterated marble busts gleam in mid-air and all is dimly seen by the light of the small swinging lamp which he holds, and dips, and turns, glancing now here, now there – only the sensations of such an explorer into the buried...
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