Cite some examples of similies and metaphors in the short story 'To Build A Fire' by Jack London.
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"Once, coming around a bend, he shied abruptly, like a startled horse..."
London compares the man's abrupt stop to that of a "startled horse."
"There was the fire, snapping and crackling and promising life with every dancing flame. He started to untie his moccasins..."
To Build a Fire