Prosopopoeia

A prosopopoeia (προσωποποιία) is a rhetorical device in which a speaker or writer communicates to the audience by speaking as another person or object. The term literally derives from the Greek roots `prósopon face, person, and poiéin to make, to do`. Prosopopoeiae are used mostly to give another perspective on the action being des.....
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Prosopopoeia

A form of personification in which an inanimate object gains the ability to speak. For instance, in
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prosopopoeia

lending speech to something inanimate. See also Personification.
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Prosopopoeia

Lending speech to something inanimate. See also personification.
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prosopopoeia

personification; representation of absent person as speaking
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prosopopoeia

prosopopoeia, prosopopeia 1. Personification, as of inanimate things. 2. A figure of speech in which an imaginary, absent, or deceased person is represented as speaking or acting.
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