The Assassin I sneaked towards the enemy tent, careful not to make a sound. My life and honour depended on the success of this mission. If I fail, I will die along with hundreds of thousands innocent civilians, and I will be forever remembered as the idiot of an agent who failed to stop a mad terrorist leader. Beads of sweat ran down my face, and the silent emptiness that was around me nearly drove me crazy. I gripped the cold, metallic handle of my assault rifle to remind and reassure myself
An Assassin of John F. Kennedy In another bizarre twist to a mystery that has haunted Americans for more than a quarter century, the son of a former Dallas police officer plans to tell the world that his father was one of the assassins of President John F. Kennedy. Ricky White, a 29-year-old, unemployed oil equipment salesman in Midland, says he "had no conception of ever, ever giving this story out" but decided to do so after FBI agents began asking questions in May 1988. "I'm telling
Video Games: Assassin Simulations Video game violence has been a wildly debated topic since the beginnings of the industry. The topic evolved from the debate on media violence or violence in print media. However, the video game debate brings a new angle. Video games, because of their immersive nature, are said to have more impact on children. The proponents and opponents of video game censorship do not really fall into traditional political boundaries. The proponents of censorship tend to be
published after her death by her sister Iris. This novel within a novel is called, “The Blind Assassin,” which is a story about two anonymous lovers, a woman of high social class and a young runaway who secretly meet in these dreary backstreet rooms. The third narrative is a science fiction tale interwoven into the novel within a novel narrative, told by the anonymous man while in the backstreet rooms, about an assassin and a crippled girl in this fairy tale city of Sakiel Norm on planet Zycron. Along with
students examples of suspense, foreshadowing, and irony. Short stories can inspire deep thought into the situation that is taking place. Common links can often be seen between different stories. All of these elements can be seen in “The Small Assassin.” “The Small Assassin” is written by Ray Bradbury and is a great read; it has many literary elements within the story, which is great when it comes to teaching a sophomore level class. A major literary element is this story would be irony. The whole story
set in a darkened background. The faint light of the moon casts shadows down upon the grassy floor on which the sylvan warrior and human assassin battle. The glimmer of the moon reflects upon a small, nearby pool of water. A silver sparkle in the distance marks the nearby city of Silvery Moon. A sneer of hatred is etched upon the face of the human assassin. His eyes glimmer with a taint of red to depict his blazing internal rage. The clothing worn by the human is black as the night, much like
am now not so sure. Was there really a conspiracy to kill Kennedy or as a nation do we over analyze something that was an open and shut case? After reviewing the information in class I do not think Oswald was the lone assassin. I do not even think that Oswald was the assassin. The most convincing evidence that I received was the video showed in class where there was a man who was a specialist in stripping away layers in photographs down to tiny particles. He had a picture of the shooting of JFK
Over his eyes is a pair of dark shades. Wearing these, no ordinary man could see, except this is no ordinary man. Cloned for one objective, the assassin sees better than men, and knows what he is meant to achieve. The time is approaching. A small, old car with a smashed headlight approaches the bridge unhurriedly. Just before it changes gear, the assassin draws a weapon not unlike a long and shiny television ariel from his trench coat. He points it towards the speeding car and fires, once.
The Assassin Description: He was a tall man, very slim with a small egg shaped head. His teeth were a brilliant white and his eyes were a bright blue, they were like hawk eyes, quick and twitchy. His hair was dark brown and was combed through very neatly with a small quiff. His habits were very strange one of them were eating pistachio nuts when he was nervous another was when he was bored he would look for animals such as snakes, deer and fox's and to shoot them out of pure boredom.
The Assassin It was a cold winters night in Chicago, with temperatures well below freezing. The streets were concealed by a thick white blanket of snow, and patches of glistening ice were covering the dark alleys where the earlier blizzards had been unable to dump the snow. In the centre of the city was a small park. The park played host to an arboretum of oak and evergreen trees that cast dark, evil shadows, which would have sent cold, creepy shivers up the spine of the average person