What is an example of pathetic fallacy for rain or a storm?

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Nov 9, 2016

Answer:

King Lear, Oliver Twist and Macbeth both use stormy scenes as examples of pathetic fallacy.

Explanation:

The opening act of Macbeth uses pathetic fallacy to link Macbeth and his dark thoughts with the witches and their prophecies. The dramatic backdrop of Lear's speech also is used in the same way. Dickens uses a storm in the opening chapter of Oliver Twist to emphasise the brutal nature of the workhouses and poverty faced in Victorian Britain.