Animal Farm-A Conceptual Metaphor on the Destructive Power of Totalitarianism and the Ultimate Corruption of This Power

  • Trendeline Haliti Lagjja Kalabria,10000 Prishtine, Kosovo

Abstract

The aim of this paper is to examine the way conceptual metaphors in George Orwell

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2019-08-14
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