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Abstract: The article in question represents a part of conceptual metaphor investigation based on African American literature (18–20 c.). In this little piece I tried to define what feelings, emotions and physical states got any human or animalistic features in prose and verse of W. E. B. Du Bois, P. Dunbar, J. Johnson, R. Wright, R. Ellison, J. Baldwin, G. Brooks, L. Hansberry, R. Hayden, etc. The results show that more often than not authors are apt to choose such notions as: evil, fear, feelings of resentment and estrangement, hope, hunger, love, pain, prejudice, slavery, sickness, sin, slavery, sorrow, terror, trouble, turmoil alongside hope, love, dream & thought

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