Comparing The Sniper And Just Lather That's All

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War is a time of conflict among different nations, states, or political communities ( It has been fought for natural resources, religious or cultural reasons, to settle arguments about land and money, and many other issues. There are various struggles throughout the two short stories, The Sniper, written by Liam O'flaherty and Just Lather, that's all, written by Hernando Tellez. The Sniper, is a short story about a Republican sniper that tries to survive in a battle of victory. The short story, Just Lather, that's all, is about the struggle of a barbars decision whether or nothe should kill a powerful man. These two short stories display negative outcomes in war in many ways. Both stories exhibit…show more content…
Segregations of family members is shown in both stories, this is a dilemma that the characters and family members need to cope with. Another example these two short stories need to cope with is the disappointing result of many people dying in war. Many of the people that fight in battle hardly make it out alive, the death results are higher than the amount of survivors. The story, The Sniper, deals with innocent deaths, "A man's head and shoulders appeared, looking toward the sniper. The sniper raised his rifle and fired. The head fell heavily on the turret wall. The woman darted toward the side street. The sniper fired again. The woman whirled round and fell with a shriek into the gutter." (O'Flaherty 1). In the short reading, Just Lather, that’s all, there are many deaths that was caused by one man, Torres, "Fourteen. We had to go deep into the woods to find them.But we'll get even. Not one of them comes out alive, not one" (Tellez 1). These two stories prove that many people die, even innocent people that did not do anything
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