What is being personified in the quote "That Tiber trembled underneath her banks, / To hear the replication of your sounds / Made in her concave shores"?
Personification is when an object or place is given human attributes. This technique is normally used to project an abstract idea onto an object or otherwise nonhuman entity.
This quote is from act 1, scene 1, spoken by the character Marullus. He is criticizing the Roman citizens...
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