Every minute Circumstance of it is thus to be allegorized, if need was.
Of the legends, some are allegorized, some are modified, some are repudiated.
Things must cease to be studied in themselves, and must be allegorized into types, in order that they might be reduced to a unity.
The latter were allegorized and spiritualized, and came to serve merely as material for poetry.
Goethe allegorized the whole, and turned the episode of Helen into a parable of modern poetry.
Thus Empedocles, after the fashion of the Pythagoreans, allegorized his four elements.
The Neo-Platonists, they say, dealt largely in myths, and allegorized everything; somebody allegorized Homer just about that time.
Others, again, offer the excuse that Philo had allegorized very much, and Origen admired Philo.
The two covenants are allegorized by Hagar and Sarah, and are diametrically opposite the one to the other.
These cravings are allegorized in a romance of love, which blends medieval mysticism with modern sensuousness.