Literary Discourse 2002
DOI: 10.3138/9781442676725-006
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Abstract: FourSelf-representation and Analogy in Literature [W]e all live, and speak, only through our eye for resemblances. Without it we should perish early (LA. Richards 1936: 89) [W]e are obsessed with correspondences. Similarities between this and that, between apparently unconnected things, make us clap our hands delightedly when we find them out. It is a sort of national longing for form -or perhaps simply an expression of our deep belief that forms lie hidden within reality; that meaning reveals itself only … Show more

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