INDEX
Abse, Dannie 48, 50, 51
Achebe, Chinua 116–17, 118–19, 120, 121
Adcock, Fleur 133–4
Allen, Sture 112
Althusser, Louis 42, 48
Anzieu, Didier 79
Aristotle 11–13, 14, 34
Arnold, Matthew 143
Banks, Iain 84, 141
Barthelme, Donald 73
Barthes, Roland 46, 61
Beckett, Samuel 53–4
Bellow, Saul 112
Bickerstaffe, Isaac 9
Black, Max 17
Blake, William 36, 43–4, 110–12
Blanchot, Maurice 53
Booth, Wayne C. 7
Brontë, Charlotte 108
Browning, Robert 30
Bunyan, John 28, 146
Burns, Robert 106, 148
Bush, George W. 9
Calvin, John 123
Carroll, Lewis 77, 141
Charlemagne 128
Charles II 7
Chaucer, Geoffrey 2, 139
Churchill, Winston 55
Clark, Timothy 141, 143
Coetzee, J.M. 71
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 13, 15–17, 40, 55
Collins, Wilkie 28
Congreve, William 136
Conrad, Joseph 17–18, 117
Corneille, Pierre 13
Dante Alighieri 14
Deleuze, Gilles 53
Derrida, Jacques 7, 58, 110, 111–12, 141–2
Dickens, Charles 7, 27–8
Donne, John 119–20
Dryden, John 13
Du Fu 37
Dunn, Douglas 98–9
Dylan, Bob 9, 102–4, 105–6, 107, 109
Ekstroem, M.S. 34
Eliot, T.S. 75, 76–7, 142–3
Equiano, Olaudah 70–1
Escher, M.C. 82
Fish, Stanley 53, 104
Fisher, Roy 97–8, 99, 101
Flecker, James Elroy 95
Fleming, Ian 6
Forster, E.M. 70
Fowles, John 67
Freud, Sigmund 23, 75–6, 77, 82, 83, 87–8, 90, 103, 107, 120, 129, 144, 147
Frost, Robert 138
Gaozi 35
Gaskell, Elizabeth 137
Gibbon, Edward 15
Gibson, William 60, 62
Goebbels, Joseph 13–14
Graham, W.S. 92–3, 128, 143
Gray, Martin 98–9

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  • Metaphor i
  • The New Critical Idiom ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Series Editor’s Preface vii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - The Classical Problem- Figurative Language 11
  • 2 - Eastern and Western Metaphor 26
  • 3 - Public Metaphor 42
  • 4 - Metaphor and the ‘Text Instead’ 57
  • 5 - Metaphor and Psychoanalysis 72
  • 6 - Metaphor, the Uncanny, DÉjÀ-Vu 87
  • 7 - Metaphor, Difference, Untranslatability 102
  • 8 - Metaphor and the Postcolonial Turn 113
  • 9 - Some Examples and Limits 125
  • 10 - Conclusion 136
  • Glossary 146
  • Bibliography 149
  • Index 156
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