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Unformatted text preview: As these girls shop up and down the wrong rows, they also fail to wear the proper clothing Taylor2 into the store. This does not only attract Sammy’s attention, but it also attracts the manager’s attention. As these girls try and check out, the manager tells them that they need to dress decently but he will let them slide this time. As the girls leave the store Sammy decides that he wants to quit because of how rude the manager was to them. Although he regrets it, he feels like it is something he needs to do. Is it heroic? Possibly depending on how you interpret Sammy’s actions. It is very heroic in the sense that he stood for something and he did not change his mind or back down. Those are definitely signs of a true hero but the instance in which he did it is very unconventional....
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- Spring '08
- English, Short story, Grocery store, John Updike