Understanding Figurative Language: From Metaphors to Idioms

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  • Title Page *
  • Preface v
  • Contents *
  • Understanding Figurative Language *
  • 1 - Metaphor the Central Trope 3
  • 2 - Beyond the Literal 16
  • 3 - Beyond Similarity 29
  • 4 - Beyond Comparison Property Attribution 52
  • 5 - Idioms from Metaphors to “just Long Words”? 68
  • 6 - Concepts as Metaphors 90
  • Notes 109
  • References 117
  • Name Index 129
  • Subject Index 132
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