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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 6, Issue 7, Part F (2020)

Analyzing the language of personification in Sylvia Plath’s poem sheep in fog

Author(s)
Lok Raj Sharma
Abstract
This article attempts to analyze the language of personification in Sylvia Plath’s poem Sheep in Fog that conveys her sense of obscurity, pessimism, desolation, uncertainty and isolation. The writer has dealt with words, phrases and verse lines that hint at the use of personification in the poem. They are considered as the bases for analyzing the language of personification. The things that are employed as personification in this poem are strikingly pertinent to the situation in which the poetic persona has survived. This article is important to those who are interested in studying and teaching poetry.
Pages: 434-437  |  279 Views  7 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Lok Raj Sharma. Analyzing the language of personification in Sylvia Plath’s poem sheep in fog. Int J Appl Res 2020;6(7):434-437.
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