Compare And Contrast A Jury Of Her Peers And The Sniper

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Comparative Analysis: of perception and reality for “A Jury of Her Peers” and “The Sniper” A characters perception on killing and death in the short stories “A Jury of Her Peers” and “The Sniper” is the same because in any matter of feelings that you have will harm someones life and both short stories give this perception in different ways. But they can also be different because each short story they shows two different perceptions by revenge and on purpose. The main character in the short story “A Jury of Her Peers” is Minnie Wrights and this story is facing perception because she has an inspiration of wanting to kill her husband due to the loneliness she feels since she has gotten married with him. The main character in “The Sniper” …show more content…
Wrights did something wrong that doesn 't run through a persons mind on a daily basis. Wrights believed that she was feeling lonely once she married her husband so she believed to kill him because of her feelings. The main idea of Wrights perception in “A Jury of Her Peers” is she is aware of wanting to kill her husband. In the article, “Trends in Crime: Does Perception Match Reality?” Savi stated, “Many factors contribute to our perceptions of crime. News stories, types of crime committed, location of crime—these elements and others help to shape the way we perceive the safety of our communities.” The quote explains the characters perception because it was proven that the form of perception can be a crime. Also in the short story “The Management of Grief” relates to the short story “Jury of Her Peers” because the both women show guilt of their husbands death. The reality of the situation that Wrights has experienced in the story is that she was a very happy person before she married her husband, John, but after marrying her husband she became a lonely, non-talkative person which then led to her husbands death. Therefore, Mrs. Wrights perception does not match reality because she is doing a crime of killing the innocence of a …show more content…
The Republican Sniper felt fear that the enemy was going to kill him so, instead he killed the enemy first. Topic Sentence: Explain whether the character’s perception does or does not match the reality. The main idea of the Republican Snipers perception in “The Sniper” is he tries to get revenge from the enemy that shot him while being on the roof so he acts as if he 's dead from the shot and gets his enemy back . Once he shoots the enemy falls off the roof dead and it all ends with the enemy being his brother. Introduce the main idea of their perception. In the short story “The Sniper” Liam O’Flaherty stated “He must kill that enemy and he could not use his rifle. He had only a revolver to do it. Then he thought of a plan.” This quote explains the Republican Sniper perception because he wanted the revenge and get the enemy for what he has done to him. And his plan was a smart way of him getting down the roof because he played it off when the enemy shot him letting the enemy think he was dead. This is another quote that is stated by Emily Throne a fictional character from the series of Revenge on ABC. Throne wrote this quote “Truth is a battle of perceptions. People only see what they 're prepared to confront. It 's not what you look at that matters, but what you see. And when then different perceptions battle against one

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