Hamilton: Personification

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"Personification is a figure of thought in which an abstract concept, animal, or inanimate object is treated as though it were alive or had human attributes." (Hamilton 39)

This thought could be extended into human type objects...such as replicants.  As close to human without being human.  In some instances as we hear about in the movie, they were designed to be more human then human.


Jenna said:

I love using personification. Good point about the replicants. When writing, it is fun to see what types of human qualities you can give to animals or objects.

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