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What is a example of metaphor?

  "All the world's a stage,   And all the men and women merely players   They have their exits and their entrances"  /    William Shakespeare  /    (MORE)

What is metaphorical concept?

Simple explanation: metaphorical concept is the application of a point being made by using an object or animal or an idea in a manner that is not what those things really are (MORE)

What is the meaning of a metaphor?

A metaphor is a literary analogy, a comparison of a person, thing, or act with another dissimilar object or concept, without using the words "like" or "as" (which would be a s (MORE)

Is a metaphor an exaggeration?

In general a metaphor is just a way to think about a subject from a different angle, or to find a vivid way of expressing some idea, however, metaphor is often an exaggeration (MORE)

What is imagery metaphor?

or emptied some dull opiate to the drain,``one minute past lethe ward has sunk . this is an ode composed by keats,rather line from ,the emotion wavered into the song of nighti (MORE)

What is a metaphor rocks?

Metamorphic rocks are created by the physical or chemical alteration by heat and pressure of an existing igneous or sedimentary material into a denser form. This rock was comp (MORE)

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What is a metaphor?

Metaphors are comparisons between two dissimilarthings. The use of a metaphor is a way to describe something.Authors use them to make their writing more interesting orenterta (MORE)

Is to be or not to be by Shakespeare metaphoric?

Possibly. But, taken literally, Hamlet was contrasting life ('to be'), with death ('not to be'), which is clearly not a metaphoric concept! In his speech, Hamlet raises a nu (MORE)