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I was wondering if it is correct to use human emotion words, such as "angry", "sad" or "happy" to describe inanimate objects.
Example: "Those Christmas decorations are happy." "That blizzard looks angry."
Is this widely accepted? Or do only artists and creative people take on this way of expressing how they feel about certain inanimate objects?
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That sort of usage has a long tradition as the "figure of speech" known as "personification."
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