The Sniper Essay | Essay

Liam O’Flaherty
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The Use of Vivid Verbs

Summary: Vivid verbs are often in used to create imagery, to add greater details, to keep the story flowing, and to capture the thrill and excitement of the story. They make Liam O'Flaherty's short story "The Sniper" more exciting, interesting, and emotional by adding suspense and applying superb detail to explain each scene.
There are many reasons why vivid verbs are used. Vivid verbs are often used for imagery, to add greater details, and to keep the story flowing. In this story the writer uses vivid verbs because it adds extra suspense and explains the scene with superb detail. This has an effect in the reader's mind after reading the story much like how this author put the reader questioning at the end of the story. The vivid verbs help the story to stay active and keep the story flowing, similar to how a sports newsletter is written. This helps to capture the thrill and excitement of the story a lot like the short story named `The Sniper'. Not only that, the author also kept the reader interested in the scene when the sniper was eating. With the vivid verbs used, the author kept the reader interested in the story even...

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