Essays on Metaphor

Original title Metaphor
Author George Lakoff


Language English
Characters no characters
Published 1980
ISBN 978-0-547-54729-0
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Metaphor is a figure of speech in which one thing is described as if it were something else, often for the purpose of making a comparison. A metaphor is a type of analogy, which is a figure of speech that uses one thing to represent another.

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Why Is Antonio Sad In The Merchant Of Venice?
...Having their second attempt refuted, Solanio tries to work out an answer. He feels Antonio is sad just because he is not happy. In Solanio's speech, Shakespeare again makes a comparison. Shakespeare makes an implied comparison between the two headed ...
Who Never Made A Mistake Never Made A Discovery?
...The connection with her and her grandfather started with being distant but through their relationship and the death of her grandfather the discovery is made. Robert Gray also uses his relationships with the nature which helps to convey the concept of...