I think that in each one of us, there surely lies a hidden inclination towards bizarre objects, thoughts and theories. At least, that’s true for me. Luna Lovegood’s character is something that I’ve always been able to relate to, since her introduction. In this post, I am going to take you through a journey of her life as we know it from the books, coupled with a few tidbits of her life after Hogwarts. Continue reading “Character Analysis #3 – Luna Lovegood”
College has kept me away from blogging for quite some time; however, it has kindled in me a fascination for topics that I’ve never given deep thought before, such as the metaphor. I thought I would share an essay on the metaphor with all of you. I was working on this essay for an exam, and it was a great experience, for I received huge insights into the concept of metaphor. Do read on!
“The greatest thing by far is to be a master of metaphor; it is the mark of a genius, for to make metaphors means to have an eye for resemblance.”
No language can be called complete if it does not accommodate one crucial figure of speech – the metaphor. Metaphor allows one to suavely explain abstract concepts using more material topics, thereby adding more colour and flavour to language. Not only does this make language more aesthetically pleasing, but it also sharpens one’s intellect as it allows one to ‘map’ or create a ‘correspondence’ between two otherwise completely unrelated topics.