While researching examples of the two literary devices for this installment of Intersections, metonymy and synecdoche, I came across the line “Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears!” from Shakespeare’s… Continue reading "Intersections: The Language of Disguise, Part 2"
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As Elizabeth from The Office once wisely observed, “Secret secrets are no fun. Secret secrets hurt someone.” Thank you, Elizabeth. But who hasn’t, at least once, ridding themselves of… Continue reading "Intersections: The Language of Disguise, Part 1"