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Anonymous Perpetrator Commits Mass Murder By Jean Rostand Analysis Essay

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This story is a cliche. The ending is neither happy nor is it sad. Take it as you please.  

Her favourite quote is by Jean Rostand: “Kill a man, one is a murderer; kill a million, a conqueror; kill them all, a god”. She wants to be a god.  

Shes a mercenary assassin. Shes only in it for the money. It is no longer about the thrill, the adrenaline, or rush; dont get me wrong, she will enjoy killing you if she ever feels the need, shell enjoy intimidating you, watching you squirm, watching you weep, watching you beg, but mostly it is only about the money. It always has been. You may read about her in the papers someday under the headline Anonymous Perpetrator Commits Mass Murder, but youll never meet her. No matter how intriguing she seems if meeting her is ever a dream of yours get rid of it because its quixotic. You wont meet her unless she wants you to and -not to offend you- she wont want to meet you. She works for an agency youve never heard of, youve never seen and, if you stay out of her way, you never will. However, if you do stumble upon her – which if youre vigilant you wont – it wont be by chance. It never is. You will stumble upon her because she wants you to. Its all a part of her scheme. Just know if you ever do happen to see a damsel with celadon eyes that seem to see right through you its her and youre next on her list.  

No one really knows that much about her. No one even knows her name. Though for the sake of this story…

You need to know no more and no less. I’ve told you all I can and know, and even if I knew more I wouldn’t have the heart to tell. This is all youll ever need to know about her. You dont need to know names dates or what happens next, but Im guessing you’ve already figured it out. Youll never meet her because she doesnt want to meet you. So go along and carry on with your life. Let us all pretend that shes not real and that youve never read this…

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