At the end barber understood the fact that Captain Tortes knows his involvement in revolutionary. This would have to be the mood because in my poster, in the background, there is a man laying in a chair. Many conflicts throughout the story between the two main characters and Tellez uses more imagery and symbolism to communicate to his readers that give you the feeling and the work between Barber and Captain Torres. I continued stirring the lather. All these three literary terms come to play in this short story.
Meaning he was capable of killing him. Elena was determined to find out Eugene's class schedule. Just with lather and nothing else. He picks up his best razor and chooses murderer or hero. The barber is noted as so to many rebels because, as said on page 15 , he passes on information on the enemy, Captain Torres and the government, in order to gain the upper hand. I would have to flee, leave all this behind, take shelter far away, very far away. The barber in this story was at work when a customer came in.
Holding a razor, the barber faces the dilemma of whether he should kill the man, Captain Torres or let him go free. I minored in journalism to experience things… are discussed. In this one particularly it is used more than once. The one who kills the rebels. The barber would have to flee if he killed the Captain because he is aware of the negative consequences that would follow.
However, conflict is also a battle of mixed emotions that occurs internally, within a person 's mind and heart. And now come to his second decision to solve the inner conflict which he could not kill the captain. They would follow until they caught up with me. I took that opportunity to sneak upstairs into the attic to try on some Halloween stuff. The captain had known all along about the barbers murdering thoughts. However, the barber finally decided not to be a murder, just simply a barber and values for his job.
Why did you choose your visual symbol? The Barber feels uneasy when he first sees the captain. I told to find out if it was true. Thus it is really important to change traditional values of communities to improve the quality of life for many people. Hiding from his enemies would not aid him in avoiding their wrath, for they would search for him until he is found. Torres went on a long, four day expedition in search of rebels deep in the woods where he caught, and killed multiple people. The barber and Captain Torres speak briefly, and Torres reveals how brutally he has treated the revolutionaries fighting his regime. If he should kill Captain Torres, flee his town and leave everything behind or become a hero.
There is also a razor covered in blood that would leave you wondering what happened, giving a sense of mystery. The main character of this story is the barber. This represented the confusion of the barber to kill. The two men are both dubbed as heroes in their own perspective. This conflict develops as Captain Torres enters the barber shop. Put next to the narrator, it is easy to see how the nature and exterior image of a person affects the strength of their mask. As this cunning plan slowly falls into place, the captain of the murders comes into the barber shop for a simple shave.
The barber wanted to keep a clean conscience. He is simply a barber and values nothing more than his occupation. This is the same as the picture because no one would think a baby would use a cell phone and wear a suit, but it was possible. What do you gain by it?. Just lather, that's all is unmistakably one of the most well written short stories from this book. As the narrator is unable to hide his thoughts, he appears to the reader as more sensitive in his struggles whereas Torres is like to his pistol; harsh and powerful and in control. Both were confused about their roles in the society.
The barber concealed his emotion, and the customer said give me a shave. For example if the barber pressed too hard he would have seen the blood of Captain Torres Tone Serious Dark Fast or Tense Mood Suspenseful Relieved Understanding passion vs. His story was a bit. Just lather and nothing else. O'Flaherty later grew deeply disillusioned with the beliefs of the Anti-Treaty Republicans and Irish Nationalism in general. Just like how it was very possible that the barber could have killed the captain at any time during the story.
The conflict started when Captain Tortes enters the shop. We find out that he still went into the shop knowing that he might be killed. In the town, there is a tradition where there is a football team, but this year it's different. As the barber shaves him he contemplates every possible outcome of One of the reasons he chose not to kill the Captain was because he liked his job, and he seemed to be very proud and happy. The barber is a revolutionary, but Tortes is the head of the military regime that is trying to void revolutionary.