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FYS Secret Lives of Metaphor: Library Resources

Jim Kilfoyle, English
Making truth : metaphor in science
Aristotle's Ladder, Darwin's Tree
Morning dew and roses : nuance, metaphor, and meaning in folksongs
Politicians and rhetoric : the persuasive power of metaphor
Machine As Metaphor and Tool
The body of Frankenstein's monster : essays in myth and medicine
Thou art that : transforming religious metaphor
The Lay of the Land
On Metaphor
Cold War Rhetoric
Blood read : the vampire as metaphor in contemporary culture

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