Last week, we enjoyed a documentary about Odysseus who is famous for ten eventful years he took to return home after the decade-long Trojan War. After watching it, a question occurred to me: what is the real hero like? Comparing with other heroes, Odysseus didnít possess superpower. From my perspective, the only thing he insists is his determination. He sailed back home regardless of Poseidonís incantation, fought against one-eyed monster with wits and courage, saved his seamen who turned swine by the witch-goddess Circe and so on. He used his courage and intelligence to overcome all the difficulties. At the same time, itís no hard to see that he cherishes affection and personal loyalty. So I think this figure perfectly interpret the real hero and reminds me of one sentence: a man can be destroyed but not be defeated.

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