Johnson writes an article citing current child abuse law in California, how she advises clients who have been formally accused of child abuse, and analogizes
the legality of child abuse with the legality of driving after consuming alcohol.
1) With a conceptual tip of the hat to the classics, he analogizes
the United States to a tragic hero and focuses on the negative repercussions of an overreliance on force, especially military force, in meeting global responsibilities.
Exemplifying just the type of imperfect correlations that structure Binion's work, the title of one painting, Icecicle: Juice, 1976, analogizes
ice (water's solid form) and juice (a liquid squeezed from a solid object).
The symbolic clock, which analogizes
humanity on the brink of extinction as the clock approaches midnight, was envisioned in a wake of development of atomic weapons, because such weapons threaten the annihilation of humankind off the face of the earth.
Brush strokes in calligraphy imitated parts of the bamboo plant, and following hard upon orange-filtered battle scenes comes the introduction of Wu Luan/Hamlet in a swaying bamboo grove: the juxtaposition analogizes
the ways in which families can be pushed by politics and fortunes fluctuate in times of war.
this to using diet and exercise to improve the performance of an athlete.
this phenomenon with Shakespeare's body of plays and poetry: It is not the scanty knowledge of the author that counts, nor the persistent controversy over auctorial attribution, regardless of printed folios.
Although these dramatic events during Burke's adulthood post-dated the Enquiry, Gibbons not only analogizes
Burke's emotional reaction to his later description of sublime horror, but also argues that Burke's Enquiry owes much to the Irish context in which he grew up and in which he began (in the 1740s) to develop his aesthetic theories.
each of these conundrums to a labor of another legend, Hercules.
herself with a Luna moth, creating her own cocoon physically and literally, making a dress embroidered with her words--the actual poems themselves, in which to conceal and protect her developing womanhood from her master's "love" as well as a venue for her forbidden ideas.
this to the harsh treatment that people of color experience on a daily basis.