The metamorphoses of ancient mythology are founded on this principle, are allegoric.
I mention it here only to associate it in the reader's mind with 'allegoric' book-plates.
In exalted poetry the allegoric, lyric, epic and dramatic seem to be blended.
Perhaps the story returned with an allegoric melancholy to his mind.
She was too generously alive; but she could have stood for an allegoric statue of the Earth.
Such is the first and general sense of what is called the sublime, epic, allegoric, lyric substance.
An allegoric Dramatic Piece; naturally very admirable at Versailles.
Opposite the entrance of the navy-yard, stands a rostral column of white marble with allegoric figures.
And from their present residence and recent history, to run back, by a few sentences, into purely fabulous and allegoric periods.
It comes, not in the crash of Sinai's thunders with the rockings of a riven sphere, as in the allegoric stories of a puerile past.