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as in the famous enigma, “ I saw a man who glued bronze with fire upon another.
” There was no name for what took place, but as in both cases there is a kind of application, he called the application of the cupping-glass gluing.1 And, generally speaking, clever enigmas furnish good metaphors; for metaphor is a kind of enigma, so that it is clear that the transference is clever.
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