allegoriser


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Noun1.allegoriser - someone who communicates in allegoriesallegoriser - someone who communicates in allegories
communicator - a person who communicates with others
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Quelles virtualites du langage poetique le serpent, instigateur de la Chute, pourrait bien allegoriser?
A romantic Apuleius is an interesting concept for modern Apuleian scholars; but it is plainly with this idea that Perry justified his interest in the writer, since he argued that the Metamorphoses was 'deeply permeated with a spirit of belief in the hidden and marvellous potentialities of nature and human life.' (41) Perry certainly did not hold an allegorical view of the Metamorphoses: in a terse footnote he dismisses the work of religious allegorisers such as Merkelbach as 'all nonsense to me,' (42) and he plainly holds that Apuleius' Platonism is too superficial to provide an allegorical interpretation of his novel.