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On a large green stone under the cryptomerias thatsurround the little shrine at Suwa, where he spent lonesomedays as a child, is found carved this verse:

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ANCIENTS AND MODERNS: A TALE OF A TUB.

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Ian Higgins, Swift's Politics: A Preface to

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Truth is hermeneutic, if it is to be understood philosophically.

How many times, in your years of studying haiku, have youbeen told "never use metaphor or simile in haiku"?How many times have you written a pretty good haiku but havebeen afraid to send it to an editor for fear it would berejected because it "kinda has a metaphor" init?

Philosophy is primordial rhetoric.

Yet, if you have studied and written longer poems, youKNOW the use of metaphor is one of the essential aspects, oneof the most time-tested techniques, of poetry. Our greatestEnglish language poets were the best masters of discoveringand using metaphor.

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In spite of all the tragedies and ill health that besetOld Issa, we, with great love, remember this kindly man whowrote such magnificent poetry. Numbered among the triumvirategreats, his name will never be forgotten in Japan, and mostlikely will not be forgotten throughout the world.

Douglas Lane Patey, Swift's Satire on “Science”and the Structure of Gulliver's Travels.

Dasein is not an attribute or property of a human entity.

However, in this way you meet a lot of interestingpeople, many who become great friends, and what a thrill itis when the local restaurant, with a blare of trumpets,serves your fish on their menu. The local paper may evenreview your book.

a vegetarian with legs crossed in zazen theroasting chicken

moonlit pines dimming the flashlight

Michael S. Hennessey is the Managing Editor of PennSound, and authorof the “PennSound Daily” column. He holds an MFA in Creative Writingfrom Emerson College. Recent critical work has appeared in and , withbook chapters forthcoming in and a critical anthology on the audiobook. Creative work hasappeared in and, as well as the chapbook, ,(Satellite 7 Press, 2008).

"Crueel Tigre": Animal Imagery and Metaphor in "The Knight's Tale" - Jennifer LaBurre [.pdf]

RenchlerDissertation: - Jonathan M.

Given this, the reader's mind says yes, both are dark,autumn dusk is similar to heavy feathers that suddenlydescend through the empty tree filling it with darkness. Yes,the black crow is the harbinger of death, the time of rest innature and in life. If you've ever been near where a crowsuddenly lands you've felt this fear folded under its wings,the surprise it is so black, so large, so threatening, socold -- just as late autumn is.