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Similar words: categoryallegedillegalcollegeallegedlyallegationelectoral collegeforegoMeaning: ['ælɪgərɪ]  n. 1. a short moral story (often with animal characters) 2. a visible symbol representing an abstract idea 3. an expressive style that uses fictional characters and events to describe some subject by suggestive resemblances; an extended metaphor. 
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1. The play can be read as allegory.
2. The book is a kind of allegory of Latin American history.
3. The poem's comic allegory was transparent.
4. Saint Augustine's 'City of God' is an allegory of the triumph of Good over Evil.
5. The play is being widely read as an allegory of imperialist conquest.
6. It was like living in an allegory.
7. I painted the fire once as an allegory.
8. The first part of Pilgrim's Progress is an allegory of the spiritual journey which had been described in Grace Abounding.
9. The description might be an allegory of Coleridge's journey through life.
10. Perhaps the author is being satirical, employing irony, allegory,[] or ambiguity.
11. An allegory may depart from everyday life into a make-believe world.
12. As in medieval allegory, multiple layers of meaning correspond to the novel's multiple languages.
13. "Animal Farm' is an allegory in which the animals represent the Russian people and Farmer Jones the old Tsarist regime.
14. The film was a dark, powerful allegory of life in post-war America.
15. "Pilgrim's progress" is an allegory.
16. The film is an iconoclastic allegory.
17. How does allegory function in Courbet's Modernism?
18. Heavens, aa girl student why allegory our man!
19. In this sense, every reading is an allegory of reading and every reading is a misreading.
20. Most of you have heard the allegory of the pig and chicken.
21. Meanwhile, to begin with the Benjamin's modern allegory theory, it is this struggle that render this novel more allegoric.
22. The blindfolded figure with scales is an allegory of justice.
23. Dante's Divine Comedy is an allegory based on the struggle between the city-states of what is now Italy.
24. They wanted our seal to be an allegory representing the destiny of the new nation.
25. Son of man, set forth an allegory and tell the house of Israel a parable.
26. The modern anguish stems from the absurdity of the allegory, once its center, divine Will, is removed.
27. But Downey uses the intelligence and responsiveness in his large eyes to keep Merivel a step ahead of allegory.
28. Such legends seem to be a thinly veiled version of pre-Christian fertility rites, rather than an allegory of Christ's resurrection.
29. As one of the greatest, the most profound literature critic of 20th century, Benjamin's allegory criticism, shock aesthetics, negativism becomes a treasure-house of later aesthetics idea.
30. The Pilgrim's Progress from This World to That Which Is to Come is a Christian allegory written by John Bunyan and published in February, 1678.
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