Hero - Zhao Zhe EAP 220 Matthew Rynbrandt 1/30/2011 Last...

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Zhao Zhe EAP 220 Matthew Rynbrandt 1/30/2011 Last semester I’m stuck on a TV serial named Heroes. It is a story which full of super power and those powers make every character become a super hero. From my point of view, I don’t deny the fact that hero must need power, but the power should not only be limited in transnatural power. According to the article “Ray Anderson” by Jennifer Beck, Ray Anderson is a hero but he did not have any kind of super power, which means he is an ordinarily people just like us. In my opinion, the people like Ray Anderson deserve the title of hero. When I was a child, there was an old guard in my community. Every time I past his guard room he always sitting on the chair and looking people who walking around with cautions. My parents told me he is a retired Red Army. One day, a crazy people came in to my community and him trying to use a knife to kill a man who takes away his wife. When the crazy man waving his knife, no one came one step closer to him. At this time, the old guard came out from his old
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course ESL 220 taught by Professor Michaelmirrors during the Spring '10 term at Michigan State University.

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