Critical Thinking and Language
Kirby and Goodpaster described metaphor as "an implied comparison between two things." (Kirby & Goodpaster, 1999, p.82) At its most basic, metaphor is a rhetorical trope or a figure of speech, where a comparison is made between two seemingly unrelated objects without using "like" or "as".
There are several ways for a person to describe their life and the best way is by using a metaphor. Anything can be used for a comparison, from trees to furniture; my life would best be described as a big cabinet. My life is packed with miscellaneous items such as family, friends, work, and school. …
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