253 search results for "personification"

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…

We Wear the Mask

Personification: Personification is giving human characteristics to lifeless objects or even animals. Dunbar has used personification at several places in this poem. For example, “Let the world dream”; “We wear…

Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking

…“As a flock, twittering, rising, or overhead passing.” Personification: Personification is to give human qualities to inanimate objects. The poet has used this device at many places in the poem….

Hamatreya

…my park; We must have clay, lime, gravel, granite-ledge.” Personification: Personification is to give human qualities to inanimate objects. The poet has personified earth in the second stanza of the…

Auguries of Innocence

…in the same line such as the sound of /oo/ in “To those poor Souls who dwell in Night”. Personification: Personification is to give human attributes to non-human things. For…

Arms and the Boy

…his fingers supple.” and “There lurk no claws behind his fingers supple.” Personification: Personification is to give human qualities to inanimate objects. For example, “How cold steel is, and keen…

Aubade

…no sun”, “That vast moth-eaten musical brocade” and “Meanwhile telephones crouch, getting ready to ring.” Personification: Personification is to give human qualities to non-human things. For example, “The mind blanks…

Concord Hymn

…today a votive stone” and “Here once the embattled farmers stood.” Personification: Personification is to give human qualities to non-human things. For example, “By the rude bridge that arched the…

The Convergence of the Twain

Personification: Personification is to give human qualities to inanimate objects. The poet has a personified sea in the third line of the poem such as; “And the Pride of Life…

Composed upon Westminster Bridge

…to make readers perceive things involving their five senses. For example, “The river glideth at his own sweet will” and “This City now doth, like a garment, wear.” Personification: Personification