In the end, one can conclude that despite the shared similarities of the sniper and the barber, their differences outweigh their similarities. Individuals are often an element of the situation they are a part of and therefore it is rational to begin the analysis of the sniper and the barber by analyzing the external environments which they partake in.
The internal feelings of a person are caused by external forces such as the time period or the influences the character has surrounding him. The Sniper and the Barber both have different environments in which they are a product of, however they do have some similarities. These similarities include being aptly suited to stand for what they believe in, devotion to their job and a readiness to serve. During “The Sniper” O’Flaherty proved to us many times that the Sniper was brave and willing to fight for the Republic. “The Sniper raised his rifle and fired. The head fell heavily on the turret wall.” This statement provides the evidence