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Which lines in this excerpt from “Flight” by John Steinbeck contain personification? The farm buildings huddled like the clinging aphids on the mountain skirts, crouched low to the ground as though the wind might blow them into the sea. . . . Five-fingered ferns hung over the water and dropped spray from their fingertips. . . . The high mountain wind coasted sighing through the passand whistled on the edges of the big blocks of broken granite. . . . A scar of green grass cut across the flat. And behind the flat another mountain rose, desolate with dead rocks and starving little black bushes

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