Analysis Of A Tribute To Major Compliance By Tim Ryerson

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In the poem “A Tribute to Major Appliance” by Tim Ryerson, the point of view is first person. The narrator is the fridge. This is because she is telling her side of the story and expressing her feelings. She also uses the words “I” and “me”. The tone of the fridge is critical because she is very disapproving of her owner. The owners tone is annoyed because he acts like he doesn’t enjoy having the fridges company. The fridge is feeling very left out and unwanted. The literary device mainly used is personification because a fridge can’t have feelings. Personification shows that everyone can be affected by anyones actions. One example of personification is, “I stand among my lesser cohorts and most of them really look up to me”. This example
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