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Instances of words that are both proper and synonymous are “going” and “walking”: for these two words are proper and have the same meaning.）1 It has already been stated, as we have said, in the Poetics,2 what each of these things3 is, how many kinds of metaphor there are, and that it is most important both in poetry and in prose.
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