Examples of allegorical
It's a very allegorical description.
In an essay similarly devoted to allegorical procedures in contemporary art, Buchloh discusses 6 women artists.
When you kill somebody in the movies, it matters, whereas in literature it can be allegorical.
A woman finds herself inexplicably cut off from civilization in Julian Roman Pölser's absorbing allegorical tale.
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Whichever allegorical tale you subscribe to, the release today of OpenStack's latest version, dubbed Havana, is a significant milestone for the initiative.
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The unknown works found in a Munich flat include a self-portrait of Otto Dix (pictured), a portrait of a woman by Matisse and an allegorical work by Chagall.
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Paulo Coelho's mega-selling novels and memoirs - allegorical, abounding in aphorisms and supplemented by a prolific social-media output - have made him a revered figure for millions of modern-day seekers.
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Fred Stonehouse's amusing, sometimes haunting paintings adopt many of the conventions of portraiture - head-and-shoulder framing, three-quarter view - but the subjects assume a kind of allegorical stature, tarot card-like, representing a mythic persona, fantastic condition or daunting syndrome.
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