The speaker shows Richard as someone admirable and that everyone envied, but the last two lines, show that Richard did not support his own existence and had very strong internal conflicts in relation to himself.
The poem "Richard Cory" features a speaker who admires Richard and shows how all people can not not envy him, where he bakes. That's because Richard is handsome, rich, well educated, discreet and has everything he wants. However, the last two lines of the poem state that "And Richard Cory, one calm summer night, / Went home and put a bullet through his head." This shows that although people believed that Richard had a perfect life, he had no peace and could not endure his own existence.
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Dialogue between a journalist and a high school student who has just survived a school shooting.
Journalist: hi, what can you say is the cause of the school shooting today?
Student: the cause of the shooting is the fights between two groups on campus
Journalist: what caused the fight between these two groups?
Student: some people believed it was a result of group supremacy on campus.
Journalist: who are the people shooting on campus today?
Student: I don't know. Some were saying it was one of the group members that brought the guns and started shooting when the fight ensued.
Journalist: did you see anyone shooting?
Student: Yeah, I saw some guys shooting, but I don't know them. I was scared and only thinking of making an escape
Journalist: so how did you escape?
Student: I don't know. I just kept running away from the scene, even though bullets were flying around where I was.
Journalist: Alright, thank you.
Student: you are welcome
Has Andrea forgotten her umbrella?