Personification is also an important rhetoric way. We use the words which describe people’s words to apply the article’s words。 For example:
The night, like some great loving mother, gently lays her hand at our fevered head, and turns our little tear-stained face up to hers, and smiles, and, though she does not speak, we know that she would say and lay our hot, flushed cheek against her bosom and the pain is gone.
The moon rose from behind the copse, nearly full and the two lights struggled till moonlight conquered, changing the color and quality of all the garden, stealing along the flagstones reaching their feet, climbing up, changing their faces.
The one in the brown suit gaped at her. Blue suit grinned, might even have winked. But big nose in the grey suit still stared and he had small angry eyes and did not even smile.