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This reflects the fact that some people may understand a phrase as metaphorical while others do not. What is crucial when reading essays about metaphor, both for the beginner and for the seasoned expert, is to be clear about what is meant by the term, metaphor and how the examples discussed are identified and classified. Failure to Preview of chapters 21 understand the definitions used by a researcher is likely to lead to confusion. It is also useful to be aware of the ways in which metaphors can differ from one another.

According to this view, comprehending a metaphor simply requires the hearer to substitute the associated attributes for the vehicle. “Oh. ’ Other examples of nominative metaphors, such as “All the world’s a stage,” are not so easily explained by substitution theory. What attributes could be substituted for stage to form a literal sentence that would capture the richness of Shakespeare’s version? ” What attributes could be substituted for more than the sum of its parts, seared, and genetic makeup without changing the meaning of this passage?

These include DEATH IS A JOURNEY, DEATH IS SLEEP, and LIFE IS LIGHT. Obama also mixes metaphors in many passages in his speech. How do these mixed metaphors affect the meaning of the passages in which they occur? Do people need to be aware that a phrase is a metaphor in order to understand it metaphorically? When do people think about whether a certain word or phrase is metaphorical or not? Is it necessary to know what metaphors are in order to use them or understand them? Are interesting metaphors encountered primarily in literary and journalistic texts, or are they also encountered in ordinary conversations?

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