My recent question Are phrases of the form "A <possession> of <name>'s" grammatically correct? has been closed as allegedly already having an answer here.
My first issue with this substitution is that, unless one already knows what a double possessive is, one is unlikely to think that this is of any relevance. The second issue is that the only answer to this question is utterly unhelpful: when applied to the specific example I gave in my question, it implies that "a metaphor of Saul's" is a shortened version of "a metaphor of Saul's metaphors", which makes no sense in context.
Furthermore, and rather ironically, this question had itself already been 'closed as duplicate' with respect to a question where one may figure out what the answer to my question is if one reads the various answers. Even so, this question's chosen answer is predicated on a dubious claim of inverse meaning (that is not just my opinion, as shown by the comments) and it is not obvious that there is a clear answer to my question here (i.e. of comparable clarity and directness to the answer posted to my question.)
If my question should be closed as a duplicate, could you at least find one with an answer that clearly works here?
Also, as a general principle, if a question is being closed for having been answered elsewhere, should not the link be to that specific answer, rather than the question? As a question may have more than one answer, and some of them may be irrelevant or simply wrong, linking to the question may create ambiguity.