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I’M NOBODY! WHO ARE YOU?

…the poem, “I’m Nobody! Who are you?/Are you—Nobody—Too?”. Here, nobody refers to the speaker that she does not want to be known. Personification: Personification is to give human qualities to…

The Wild Swans at Coole

…made between the objects that are different in nature. The poet has used swans as a metaphor of love, nature, and imagination. Personification: Personification is used to attribute human qualities…

After Great Pain, a Formal Feeling Comes

…“As Freezing persons, recollect the Snow” and “A Quartz contentment, like a stone.” Personification: Personification is to give human qualities to non-human things. For example, heart is personified in the…

Frost at Midnight

…“Quietly shining to the quiet Moon” and “My cradled infant slumbers peacefully.” Personification: Personification is to give human qualities to inanimate objects. Here the frost is personified in the starting…

The Chambered Nautilus

…of thought I hear a voice that sings.” Personification: Oliver has used personification that means to use emotions for inanimate objects. Here, the Nautilus is personified at several places in…

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….

Darkness

…lay down” and “The birds and beasts and famish’d men at bay.” Personification: Personification s to give human qualities to inanimate objects. Here the universe is personified in “Of aid…

The Heaven of Animals

…the limbs of trees.” Personification: Personification is to give human qualities to non-human things. The poet has personified animals throughout the poem. For example, “They tremble, they walk Under the…

There’s a Certain Slant of Light

…Of Cathedral Tunes.” Personification: Personification is to give human qualities to inanimate objects. For example, nature is personified in the ending lines of the poem, “When it comes, the Landscape…

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…