Metaphor, Simile and Analogy: What’s the difference?

http://www.copyblogger.com/metaphor-simile-and-analogy-what%E2%80%99s-the-difference/

^— I thought this explanation was quite useful.

I particularly liked this quote:

“For fun, the next time someone corrects you and says “That’s a simile, not a metaphor,” you can respond by letting them know that a simile is a type of metaphor, just like sarcasm is a type of irony. Resist the urge to be sarcastic in your delivery.”

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