The Jew of Malta

What metaphors are used in The Jew of Malta by Christopher Marlowe?

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In Part II, inside the Maltese city, Barabas and the Turks avenge as iconoclasts, usurpin the figures of supposed justice, rising up "dirtily" from physically-and by metaphor socially-"below" the city.

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The Jew of Malta