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Why is the following an example of personification: "The alarm clock shouted at me as it alerted me to get up." A. An alarm clock can not literally shout. B. The clock was a cartoon. C. The clock was perceived as loud. D. The clock was what awoke the narrator.
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An alarm clock can not literally shout.- is an example of personification.
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