Explain personification in the spider and the fly

Explain personification in the spider and the fly

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    Personification is the attribution of human characteristics to animals and non-living things. In this poem, the spider is personified to represent the manipulative men who uses false words and trickery to trap innocent and naive women, personified by the fly.

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