Russ Webster. Oil on Canvas. USS Constitution

Metaphor: There Is No Frigate Like A Book

METAPHOR is a literary technique that writers use to make comparison between two people, things, animals, or places that are not alike. In fact, the definition of those objects are so far apart that they seem to have nothing in common. For example, a FRIGATE in comparison to a book, or COURSER in comparison to the pages of a book.

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