IB English A Literature: Imagery

Imagery and Metaphor, on the other hand, are particular to more literary texts. They require of their reader a more imaginative, creative leap; unlike purely transactional language such as you might find in an instructional manual or a letter to the bank, imagery and metaphor can perform a range of tasks that invite you, the reader, to participate in a typically loose term and is often used to denote a range...

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