Can someone help me with the following from "Out, Out":1 repetition: 2 onomatopoeia: 3 personification:

Can someone help me with the following from "Out, Out":1 repetition: 2 onomatopoeia: 3 personification:

Can someone help me with the following from "Out, Out":1 repetition: 2 onomatopoeia: 3 personification:

Can someone help me with the following from "Out, Out":1 repetition: 2 onomatopoeia: 3 personification:

The main personification in this poem is of the saw itself.  The saw snarls.  Then, when the boy is distracted, it leaps out and gets him.  These are things that living things can do but a saw can’t.Both repetition and onomatopoeia can be found in the following line:And the saw snarled and rattled, snarled and rattledYou can say that both snarl and rattle are examples of onomatopoeia.  Both of them sound very much like what they mean.You can see repetition in that line.  You can also see it as the poem goes along — look at how many times “hand” is used.
Can someone help me with the following from "Out, Out":1 repetition: 2 onomatopoeia: 3 personification:
Can someone help me with the following from "Out, Out":1 repetition: 2 onomatopoeia: 3 personification:
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Can someone help me with the following from "Out, Out":1 repetition: 2 onomatopoeia: 3 personification:
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