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Personification in Coriolanus

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Coriolanus, Act Four, Scene Five, William Shakespeare, 1605-1610

Shakespeare, William. “Coriolanus.” Folger Digital Texts. Web. 17 Sept. 2016.

What is the effect of Aufidius' personification in lines 66-69?

A

It suggests Aufidius' impulse toward infidelity.

B

It suggests Aufidius thinks of marriage as a kind of ecstasy.

C

It suggests Aufidius thinks of contract as a kind of ecstasy.

D

It simultaneously gives Aufidius' heart new capacities and limits its agency.

E

It simultaneously gives Coriolanus new powers and limits others he already possessed.