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Own Life

  • Date Submitted: 05/21/2013 08:46 PM
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OWN   LIFE
Everyone has their own life. Andy is the main character in the “side walk bleeding”------a story we read recently written by Evan hunter. He had a tragedy life. He tried his best to join the royal. But he just happy for a few days and then he had been killed. Some parts of his are similar like ours. We can learn a lot from Andy. There are many connections between Andy and me, just like dream, age and something proud.
I have a same dream with Andy. Andy is member in a gang. In an evening, he has been killed in a dark street. “A knife had entered his body just below his rib cage and had been drawn across his body violently, tearing a wide gap in his flesh.” “He lay bleeding” (pg. 49) but no one help him, so he died. He is just a kid. He doesn’t want to be the royal. He just wants to be average. “I’ m Andy, he screamed wordlessly. For Christ’s sake, I’m Andy”. Maybe he join the royal has some good influence but he may be asked to do something. He will lose his life every time. He doesn’t want to be the royal. He just wants to be average. I have a same dream with Andy.  I don’t want get any achievement. I just want to live in my own house and have a peace job. I live with my family. In daytime, I go to work.  In the evening, I stay at home and watch TV and go to sleep. I think if you have some achievement on some territory. The life must be terrible. I will be tired. If I am average, I will lose some delight, but I must be safe. So I just want to be average. Andy and I have a same dream. We both want to be average.
.Andy just wants to be himself. Andy is a 16 year boy. He is a child. He joined the royal. He needs to do something against the law just like trading drugs, or fight with each other. He has a possible to be killed by his enemies. He has a dangerous life. Finally “a knife had entered just below his rib cage and had been drawn across his body violently, tearing a wide gap in his flesh.” (pg. 49). I have the same age with him. But I have a...

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