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Metaphor offers us a visualization of some sytem or object or theory or person we already know to guide us through the similarities to visualize the newly encountered system or object or theory or person. This explains the interest that autobiography held for Hannah Arendt.

Post-Fascist Fantasies: Psychoanalysis, History, and the Literature of East Germany by Julia Hell