Which figures of speech appear in this excerpt from john keats’s “ode to autumn”? who hath not seen thee oft amid thy store?

alliteration and personification Explanation:

personification and alliteration Personification refers to the use of human qualities to describe animals, inanimate objects, abstract ideas or natural phenomena. In this case, the author gives “autumn” qualities that belong to humans, such as “sitting careless on a granary floor.” Alliteration refers to the repetition of identical initial consonant sounds, even when spelled differently. It is also called “initial rhyme.” In this case, the author uses alliteration when he says “winnowing wind.”

Answer 6

Examples of a figure of speech: This house is like a prison. (meaning someone who rarely leaves their home and is stuck at home) He is a human garbage disposal. (meaning he eats all the time in excess) I have butterflies in my stomach (meaning you’re nervous about something. I hope this helps. Take care,Diana

The anser would be alliteration & personification hope this helps

It reveals how the stuffy cabin adds to Hana’s anxiety. Explanation:

Answer 7

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I am ver much confident that the figure of speech used here is PERSONIFICATION. why? Because, keats is APOSTROPHIZING the mterials and gives them human traits.

B personification its the correct answer to your question.

In this line, ‘Thy hair soft-lifted by the winnowing wind,’ the author referred the action of the wind to something that is human. PERSONIFICATION refers to a figure of speech wherein an object represents or embodies a human quality.

Answer 6

Examples of a figure of speech: This house is like a prison. (meaning someone who rarely leaves their home and is stuck at home) He is a human garbage disposal. (meaning he eats all the time in excess) I have butterflies in my stomach (meaning you’re nervous about something. I hope this helps. Take care,Diana

Explanation:apostrophe

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