TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY THREE

“Paradoxically, the better a metaphor is, the worse this kind of problem threatens to become … a good metaphor may be so compelling that it altogether subverts its referent’s original meaning. No longer recognized as a metaphor, it redefines truth on its own limited terms.” From Bernard J. Hibbitts, “Making Sense of Metaphors, Visuality, Aurality […]