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Metaphors in Equal Rites, Part 4

Metterfor, parterfor…whutsit all for? Dinna waily yoor forhaed aboot it. Moving toward the halfway mark in our studious study of Terry’s metaphors and similes in Equal Rites, in this article we’ll cover another dozen or so for your enjoyment (hopefully) and eddycation (mebbe). Page 73 – The dockmaster sagged as though a coathanger had just …

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