Course 9—Lecture

LitCourse 9


Symbols—a quick review

Symbols—objects, people, and events that stand for something other than themselves.
Conventional—found in daily life.
Literary—suggestive, fluid, not absolute.
Archetype—age-old universal patterns.
Allegory—absolute, one-to-one correspon- dence, connected with religious works.

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