What Is Personification in the Most Dangerous Game?

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The Most Dangerous Game is a short story by Richard Donnell. The story has many instances of personification and one of them is where the author says that the 'water from the yacht splashed him in the face'. Slapping is a human characteristic and the fact that author used word games to twist the meaning along with attaching humanistic qualities, is a personification.
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