Richard Marcinko Writing Styles in Rogue Warrior

Richard Marcinko
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Perspective

The perspective of the book is that of an autobiography of an intensely combative military man, Richard Marcinko. Richard is extremely hard-line as a person and in the military. He deliberately projects a so-called macho personality of a man who from an early age pursues fighting and adventure, and from adolescence, women. In his home there is little interest in academics. Richard quickly learns to make money and pursue female conquests. At age 18 he decides that his future is in the U.S. Military. After joining the navy and basic training, he finds out about the UDT frogmen and decides that he must join these men. Despite obstacles, he succeeds in going to UDT School and passing the training. In the dialogue of the book, Richard is open in reproducing the typical speech of such macho men, including lots of cursing and profanity.

Richard is a man of...

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