1993 book reviews 481 metaphors metonymies personifications and other tropes appear ing in court opinions have attained permanence have become insti. This book provides an interesting and informative discussion of the use of rhetorical devices such as metaphor metonymy and personification in judicial opinions. To the public judges handing down judicial decisions present arguments arrived through rational discourse and literal language yet as judge richard . Metaphor and reason in judicial opinions by haig bosmajian review edwin battistella language volume 70 number 3 september 1994 pp 598 599 review. 78 book review and necessity of metaphor in judicial argument and in general one of the examples used by the author discusses a dissenting opinion by chief justice
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