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What figure of speech portrays the wharf’s ‘crooked legs stockinged in barncales”? where else do it occur? How do it further the description?

I not get this one I think the figure of speech be personification but I not get where else it occur and how do it further the description?

  • English - ms. sue - ,

    Yes, it's personification. People wear stockings, but the wooden supports of a wharf do not.

    I get a vivid picture of barnacles clinging to the wooden "legs" like stockings.

  • English - ms. sue - ,

    thanks very much ms. sue :)

  • English - ms. sue - ,

    You're welcome, Mohammad.

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