is a narrative technique in which characters and events represent broader themes and ideas. 

Through , storytellers explore complex issues and moral questions in an accessible and engaging way.

One classic example is George Orwell's ‘Animal Farm,' where farm animals symbolize historical and ideologies that provide deep insights into the Russian Revolution and the rise of totalitarianism.

In public speaking or , allows you to convey difficult concepts subtly and memorably. Whether you're trying to highlight ethical dilemmas or societal problems, an allegorical will resonate deeply, encouraging audiences to think critically about the underlying message.