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Life is like a box of chocolates” is an example of: (Points : 2) metaphor rhyme simile personification
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User: Life is like a box of chocolates” is an example of: (Points : 2) metaphor rhyme simile personification

Weegy: Life is like a box of chocolates” is an example of Personification.
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Life is like a box of chocolates is an example of a simile.
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Thought the auto answer was right. :( sorry.
Added 1/3/2012 5:03:37 PM
Personification is assigning human characteristics to non-human objects.
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Ok! thanks for the info Ms. Deb! :)
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