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Personification

personification in writing: Demonstrate Creativity Personification demonstrates a high level of creativity. To be valuable as a figure of speech, the human attributes assigned to a nonhuman thing through personification

Romeo and Juliet Personification

Personification is a figure of speech in which inanimate objects and ideas are given human attributes. By attributing human-like characteristics to inanimate things, a personification offers an entirely new perspective…

Figurative Language

…which include: Simile Metaphor Personification Onomatopoeia Oxymoron Hyperbole Allusion Idiom Imagery Symbolism Alliteration Assonance Consonance Metonymy Synecdoche Irony Sarcasm Litotes Pun Anaphora Tautology Understatement Short Examples of Figurative Language Similes…

Fog

Personification: It means to attribute human emotions and movements to inanimate objects. The poet has used the personification of a cat to show the movement and attitude of fog. Symbolism:…

Figure of Speech

…(sex). I need to powder my nose (go to the bathroom). Our company has decided to let you go (fire you). Personification Personification is a figure of speech that attributes…

Pathetic Fallacy

…and Personification Generally, pathetic fallacy is confused with personification. The fact is that they differ in their function. Pathetic fallacy is a kind of personification that gives human emotions to…

Kubla Khan

…pieces of hailstorm to show their impacts. 2) Personification: Personification is attribution of human qualities to an inanimate object. Coleridge has used personification in the first stanza where he states,…

Hamlet Act-I, Scene-II Study Guide

…now is taking care of, and by calling Claudius and his team nasty weeds that are growing in this kingdom, Hamlet has used an apt metaphor. Personification Personification means to…

Hamlet Act-I, Scene-I Study Guide

…dews of blood.” (Hamlet, Act-I, Scene-I, Lines, 115-116) He has used iambic pentameter (five iambs in each line), which can be observed in the lines given above. Personification Personification is…

The New Colossus

…the sense of sight such as, “the huddled masses yearning to breathe free.” This vivid description of masses presents the crowd arriving in America. Personification: Personification is to attribute human…

Mother and Child

…uses personification to explain her misfortune by giving human characteristics to the sky: “Seeing the rose with love bedight, / The envious sky frowned dark.” The speaker expresses her sad…

Ode to a Nightingale

…south”. Here he compares liquid with the southern country weather. Personification: Personification is to give human qualities to non-human things. Keats has used personification in line twenty-nine, “where beauty cannot…

Anthropomorphism

…beings, natural phenomena, or objects. Difference Between Anthropomorphism and Personification Anthropomorphism is also a type of personification that gives human characteristics to non-humans or objects, especially animals. However, there is…

Ozymandias

…sand has eroded the actual shape of the statue, representing the destructive power of time. 2) Personification: Shelley used personification, which means using human emotions for inanimate objects. He uses…

The Tyger

…was thy brain? What the anvil? what dread grasp.” Personification: Personification is to attribute human qualities to inanimate things. Blake has used personification in the fifth stanza where he considers…

Sonnet 73

…Consonance: Consonance is the repetition of the same consonant sounds in the same line, such as /b/ sound in “Which by-and-by black night doth take away.” Personification: Personification is to…

We Wear the Mask

…used the extended metaphor of “mask” to illustrate the false persona that people put on to hide their real feelings and true emotions from other people. Personification: Personification gives human…