Richie Ren

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  • Analysis Of The Movie ' Rattlesnake '

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    RATTLESNAKE is a very compelling action-thriller with a hit of a modern western. The plot keeps the audience engaged. The goal is clear and the stakes are deadly. The tone is gritty. There are solid themes about second chances and survival. The perceived protagonist has to overcome many obstacles to survive. There’s a feeling of a nicely crafted ticking clock tension. The action is also well constructed. There’s good visual storytelling, such as when Marcos is shot. The script uses some of the

  • The Characters Of A Samper From The Sniper And The Sniper

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    When i was in kid, i wanted to learn how to play soccer. All my friend played soccer but i didn’t. Instead of going to my friend for help i grabbed my soccer ball went to the field and played each and every day. Though i was not that good that year i showed determination to keep going and get better and by my third year i was one of the best on my team. BY not wanting anyone to help me learn to play soccer i showed determination. Determination can be how you can keep going when the odds are against

  • Compare And Contrast The Sniper And Where Have You Gone Charming Billy

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    Copious bullets, like that of torrential downpour, reign over the battlefield; a setting in which man created through dispute, engulfs each and every individual caught within it. Some are immediately spun into a downward spiral, while with others, it hits them in the midst -- even if they have built an immunity to war’s ways. Two fictional characters, both sharing a similar atmosphere, experience the true affects to war in their own ways. Although war never changes, the individuals do, no matter

  • The Sniper By Liam O ' Flaherty And Shadowman From The Fear

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    When I was younger, I used to play football. I was also tall compared to other people in my grade and thought that I was big and bad because a lot of little kids think that way and I was the same way. By thinking that I was all big and bad, I was trying to make myself seem dangerous, but I was not. However, there are people who are actually dangerous, and are able to show it instead of thinking about it and talking about it. For example, the Sniper from “The Sniper” by Liam O’Flaherty and Shadowman

  • The Sniper Short Story Analysis

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    Liam O’Flaherty is the author of this short story The Sniper. I enjoyed reading this short story very much. The main character in this story is a Republican sniper, and throughout the story calmly stares into the face of death. This story takes place in Dublin, Ireland, where the Republicans are waging civil war against the Free Staters. In this story our Sniper is having a possibly lethal conflict with another sniper across the street. The other sniper has him pinned down on the rooftop. Unable

  • The Sniper Short Story

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    In Liam O'Flaherty's suspense short story, The Sniper, A Republican sniper is in the midst of a battle in Dublin, Ireland. He gets injured and must kill his Free- Stater enemy. What he wasn’t aware of was the fact that the Free-Stater sniper was his brother. As aforementioned in the first sentence, the story is all about suspense, and there are three key ways The Sniper builds suspense. The Sniper draws out moments that wouldn’t ordinarily be drawn out, speeds up several events in rapid fire, and

  • The Sniper By Liam O ' Flaherty And Shadowman From The Fear

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    Characterization Essay When I was younger, I used to play football. I was also tall compared to other people in my grade and thought that I was big and bad because a lot of little kids think that way and I was the same way. By thinking that I was all big and bad, I was trying to make myself seem dangerous, but I was not. However, there are people who are actually dangerous, and are able to show it instead of thinking about it and talking about it. For example, the Sniper from “The Sniper” by Liam

  • Short Story : The 5th Wave

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    About 1 year ago, I lost all of my strength. I couldn’t walk. I couldn’t stand. Ugh! I couldn’t even lift my head to look up without help. Instead of playing and enjoying outside in the summer with my siblings, I had to stay inside and lay down on my couch 24/7. I had to use a wheelchair to move around. Although this was a hard time in my life, I learned to adapt, or adjust, to my new life, just like the characters in the story “The Sniper”, and the novel The 5th Wave. Cassie Sullivan is a very

  • The Sniper - Original Writing

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    The sniper lingered in the spot for some time, but the sound of the machine gun, a powerful noise which overpowered the intermittent shots and occasional explosions, brought him back to the present. The sniper drew his brother’s eyelids to a close and stood hurriedly. He quickly realized his mistake, and the spitting of the gun neared him, the attacker no doubt having found his stature an easy target. He stumbled to the side, just as the machine’s thunderings miraculously slowed. It had run out of

  • The Short Story Of Bravery In 'Unbroken'

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    This summer I was at the Ottawa County fair doing the off-road Derby. I wasn't sure about doing it at first, but my mom and dad said I would be fine.I got to choose what number I was and I got to choose what color it was too. In the end my mom and dad were right, it was fun and I got 3rd place for my first time. By doing the derby for the first time I showed Bravery. Bravery has risks and to other people they could be good risks and bad risks.The character’s Louie from the book Unbroken and the sniper

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