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  • Author:
    Marvin Modeen
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    0615165001
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    978-0615165004
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    Marvin Modeen (November 24, 2009)
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    201 pages
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Metaphors are literary figures of speech which use images, stories or tangible things to represent less tangible things or intangible qualities or ideas; unlike analogies, specific interpretations are not given explicitly.

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Request PDF Primary metaphors and monomodal visual metaphors Grady’s Primary Metaphor Theory has focused almost exclusively on verbal corpora. Focusing on the analysis of the SIMILARITY IS ALIGNMENT primary metaphor in printed advertisements, she explains how the alignment of two or more differing objects constitutes a formal structure that triggers a metaphorical interpretation of one of them in terms of the other (pictorial simile in Forcevilleʼs terminology). In addition, the paper explores how primary metaphors combine with one another and with other resemblance metaphors.

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