The Sniper by Liam O´Flaherty and Just Lather, That´s All by Hernando Tellez
whether or not he follows through with his actions. In the short stories The Sniper by Liam O'Flaherty and Just Lather, That's All by Hernando Téllez, the killer must decide the fate of their victims under circumstantial constraints. The two story explore the difference between killing at a close proximity compared to killing at a distance, and how they affect the killer's final decision. The perspective of the two stories allow the reader to perceive the sense of proximity the protagonist has with their victim. The Sniper is told in an objective point of view, the reader is presented only with short and factual information, keeping a distance between the reader and the story. Just Lather, That's All on the other hand, is told from a first person point of view, the reader intimately experiences the thoughts and feelings of the barber. The different points of view are used to give the reader an understanding of the distance the protagonists have with their victims. The third person point of view in The Sniper presents factual information, similar to how the sniper only knows what he sees of his targets. There is no compassion for the sniper when he is shot because it is stated in a neutral stand, just as he feels no compassion for his victims because he has not personally known them nor does he know their thoughts and feelings. The first person point of view in Just Lather, That's All gives a sense on empathy for the barber, as his thoughts and reasoning is presented, there is an understanding to why he d...... under any immediate danger (Téllez). Even though Captain Torres is very close to the barber, he is in a position of disadvantage because he is disarmed and he is retrained by the sheet that the barber put on him (Téllez). The proximity of the killer to their victim creates circumstances in which forces one to kill or allows one to not kill.
58 Milestones From Bicycle History You Must Know
Bicycles have been a big part of our society for a while now; almost everyone in the first world has learned to ride a bike at some point. We all remember our first lessons from when we were kids, and of course, our first awesome wipeout. These are our own personal biking milestones of course, but those two-wheeled devices (that are often both our favourite tool and worst torture device, depending on how well we can steer) have been around for 200 years, and they have quite a few milestones of their own.So in celebration of all those successful stunts, scraped knees and epic crashes, below are 58 of the greatest milestones in biking history.For all practical intents and purposes, this was the first thing to actually qualify as a bicycle. Invented by a German Baron named Karl von Drais in 1817. Later on this bike, which became known as the Draisine, shifted from its common use to versions that were designed specifically to be used on railroads (which meant 4 wheeled versions), however despite that, this bike was the beginning of cycling’s 200 year 2-wheeled reign. This terrifying-sounding thing is actually the first bicycle to have front-wheel pedals. It is also sometimes known as the first Velocipede.The name boneshaker comes from the fact that they were incredibly uncomfortable. This is because they were hard to control and shakey, with a stiff frame and wooden wheels with iron tires. Ouch.
Tekken History: The Making of Tekken
Within weeks of returning to the states, I received an obscure videotape of 3D modeling tests. Rotating blocky bodies and heads, along with 2D backgrounds. I was encouraged because at least it had an inkling of being a fighting game. This was the dawn of Tekken.Here are some photos from an experimental motion capture process. I’m not sure for which version of Tekken these were taken, but it’s a safe bet they are not later than Tekken .
Kajol is a part of the very affluent filmy families of the Mukherjees and the Samarths. Kajol was born to Shomu and Tanuja.Shomu Mukherjee was a film Director and Producer. Her paternal Uncles are Actor Joy Mukherjee, one of the best romantic heroes of his times and Deb Mukherjee, a producer. Kajol's paternal grandfather is the famous film maker Mr. Shashadhar Mukherjee. Kajol's Mother Tanuja and aunt Nutan were successful Bollywood actresses. Her grandmother is actress Shobhna Samarth and great grandmother is Rattan Bai. Actress Tanisha Mukherjee is her younger sister. Actress Rani Mukherjee, Actor Mohnish Behl and Sharbani Mukherjee are her cousins. She is married to Ajay Devgn. They have two kids- Nysa a girl and Yug a boy
Gangaajal Movie Review
Prakash Jha. The name is synonymous with meaningful cinema. Cinema that entertains and enlightens as well. His latest offering GANGAAJAL bares open the jungle rule that's prevalent at some places of India and how an honest cop tries to root it out. Unfortunately, films of this genre have been attempted, recycled and repackaged in various avtaars on Hindi screen before, thereby giving the viewer a been-there-done-that kind of a feel.
Tata Group history is also the history of Indian industry
T.R. Doongaji hails from Nagpur, the place where Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata started his first venture, Empress Mills, in 1877. When he was around six years old, Doongaji's cousin would take him to the fire temple where, before entering, he would ask him to touch his head to a bust of “the founder” placed on a pedestal. “I did what he asked me to,” says Doongaji. “Today, I realise that my entire identity is this name.” A J.N. Tata scholar, he spent 52 years (42 in executive capacity) with Tata Group and was managing director in three group companies.A few years ago, some politicians in Nagpur wanted to rename the convocation hall of Nagpur University, the J.N. Tata Hall, to a local leader’s name. A friend from Nagpur called Doongaji, asking if he knew about it. Doongaji dug into the Tata Central Archives to see how the hall was given the name. “We found that the Empress Mills Nagpur had contributed to the funding of the hall, and we had the complete record. We recently won that case in the High Court. I will not allow anybody doing anything with Tata’s name or property,” says the proud Parsi.
Tekken History: The Making of Tekken
Game Development Begins Within weeks of returning to the states, I received an obscure videotape of 3D modeling tests. Rotating blocky bodies and heads, along with 2D backgrounds. I was encouraged because at least it had an inkling of being a fighting game. This was the dawn of Tekken.Here are some photos from an experimental motion capture process. I’m not sure for which version of Tekken these were taken, but it’s a safe bet they are not later than Tekken 3.
History of Horses and Horse Riding
Thanks to the evolution of modern technology, our messages can travel close to the speed of light, i.e nearly 186,000 miles per second. In consideration of how messages were delivered in times past, the carrier of such a message would have to travel on foot, and even if he was a good walker/runner, he could only cover a short distance in a long time. The fastest marathoners (whose event is named for the legend of the messenger who ran from Marathon to Athens in 490 BC to announce a Greek military victory over the Persians) cover 26 miles (or 42 kilometers) in just over two hours. Despite such effort, even the fastest human runner would be totally exhausted.The domestication of the horse signaled a major innovaƭon in transport and communication. It ushered in a new era where humans could travel farther than they used to and carry much more weight with them. People who could ride on horses also carried messages, increasing collective learning as information changed hands. There was a significant increase in the rate at which humans could travel in relation to that of a horse’s walk, trot, or gallop, at a range of about 6 kilometers per hour to about 89 kilometers per hour (the record gallop speed over short distances).
The History of the Light Bulb
Before the arrival of electric lighting, people used a variety of tricks for navigating their neighborhoods at night. In The Downs, an area near the English Channel, patches of chalky soil were used as beacons known as down lanterns. In wooded areas, bark was strategically cut from trees to expose the lighter wood underneath. However, on most clear nights, the moon and starlight were strong enough to navigate at night.
Price of Parle-G, KrackJack, other Parle products to increase by up to 10%, here’s why
New Delhi: Parle Products, one of the leading fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) companies in India, has announced a hike in the prices of its popular products such as Parle G, Hide & Seek and KrackJack.