Example of Analogy Paragraph?

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An analogy is defined as a comparison between two things which is typically on the basis of the structure and helps to clarify or explain something. An example of an analogy would be to compare someone to a rock because they are are steadfast and strong and unmovable. Or there is the analogy of life being like a box of chocolates because you never know what you are really going to face or deal with. Many times using an analogy in a paragraph helps to add credibility and emphasis to the writing.
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1. Ensure that the two things you are comparing share enough similarities to justify the comparison. A wobbly analogy, like a three-legged chair, will quickly fall apart. 2. Write
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A comparison to whatever proceeds it. For example, if your first paragraph explains a process, through which a flower blooms due to sun and watering, an analogous ...
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