Is there a form of Aphasia (after suffering a stroke) in which we lose the ability to take figurative thoughts?

Question by Peter Jackson: Is there a form of Aphasia (after suffering a stroke) in which we lose the ability to take figurative thoughts?
Is there a type of Aphasia (after suffering a stroke) in which we lose the ability to take things figuratively? Is there such a thing as a type of Aphasia which causes us to take things literally due to damage to the part of the brain that helps us take things figuratively?

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Answer by MrNeutral
a version of associative aphasia.

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    ARC May 28, 2013 at 11:41 pm

    It may not necessarily be a part of aphasia, but as a result of other damage in the brain that was caused by a stroke or brain injury.

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