Theater as Metaphor  

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"Shakespeare's “all the world's a stage” belongs to the “absolute metaphors”, in H. Blumenberg's terminology, or to the “metaphors we live by”, in G. Lakoff and M. Johnson's. It is one of the metaphors that “are so natural and so pervasive in our thought that they are usually taken as self-evident.""--Theater as Metaphor (2019) by Elena Penskaya and ‎Joachim Küpper

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Theater as Metaphor (2019) is a book by Elena Penskaya and ‎Joachim Küpper.

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