personification and how to write personification
personification and its usage
Personification is a figure of speech that gives animals and objects human traits and qualities. These attributes may include sensations, emotions, desires, physical gestures, expressions, and powers of speech, among others. The following are some examples of personification:
1. The pencil flew out of my hand.
2. The tree jumped into the road in front of my car.
3. With an evil scowl, the stormcloud thundered its disapproval.
Personification is widely used in poetry and in other art forms. Personification is also widely used by individuals and mass media outlets when describing the actions of governments or corporations. Such as, "U.S. Defends Sale of Ports Company to Arab Nation" or "Microsoft embarrassed one final time over SP2". Personification is frequently employed in media headlines and cartoons.
Personification is one of the best tools of literature, and has been known for its effectiveness for a long time. This is because of its ability to describe something that may be difficult to describe otherwise. By doing this, readers are able to relate to what is happening by having a picture in their mind of an object or thing. The result is the ability to paint an entire picture of words with the use of personification.
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