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Some of the most compelling stories we tell as human beings are not about humans at all. For most of human history, people have told stories in which animals or inanimate objects act in human-like ways. The term for this is anthropomorphism. As a writer or storyteller, understanding and using anthropomorphism in your work can open up a whole new world of fantastical characters and settings for you to explore.