BC: THE END
FC: How Does Spinelli Use Simile and Metaphors?
1: By Jane Doe
2: "The worm in Grayson's head had long since ceased to be a tiny tickle; it was now a maddening itch. As with all such itch-worms, it would exit by only one route, the mouth. | Metaphor
3: Pg. 89 | Spinelli paints a picture by comparing a wriggling worm to the process of Grayson thinking about something that he had not thought of before.
4: SOURCES | Spinelli, Jerry. Maniac Magee. Little, Brown: New York. 1999-