Anthropomorphism in the Prologue of Chaucer's Cantabury Tales
What is the subset of anthropomorphism when it pertains to material thing (sun)? Plants? Abstract things beyond theomorphism (a month)? Is there a term for such personifications within the literary device when they transgress? For example: a. “And when he rode, one could hear his bridle/Jingle in a whistling wind as clear/And also as loud as does the chapel belle,” wherein the sound of a bridle is of that of a bell (abstract sound to abstract sound)? b. “But he considered that same text not worth an oyster,” wherein value of text is of that of an oyster (material to zoomorphism)?