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What is the difference between personification and the pathetic fallacy?

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What is the difference between personification and the pathetic fallacy?

Regulation of Texts:

Critics will sometimes jump in and try to define how texts should be written. Naturally this is met with resistance among writers. Writers tends to like to write however they want and more often than not don't listen to critics.

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Personification is a form of figurative language that has been around for as long as there has been literature. Recently, personification has come...

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Pathetic Fallacy in Literature: Definition & Examples

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