Bonjour, pouvez me corriger si il y a des fautes et si cela est cohérent :
Je devais parler de mon hero favori :


My favorite superhero is Batman, and I think represents two thing also.
The first thing I think Batman represents is never giving up. When Bruce lost his parents right in front of him as an 8 year old, he was laced with all kinds of things like grief, anger, frustration, etc. If Bruce wanted to, he could have easily let this pain become something evil, and despicable (He could have ended up like Doctor Doom in my opinion), but instead, he looked past himself and decided to use his pain and anguish to be something bigger than himself and a protector. I think Bruce also represents never giving up with his dedication to his city. Being Batman isn't a job to Bruce, it is his life. It's why he gets up in the morning, etc. He will never stop trying to fix Gotham unless he's physically unable to or dead.
The second thing I think Batman represents is hope. I know this may be a weird thing since Bruce usually talks about Batman as being a symbol used to strike fear in criminals hearts, but I think he represents hope in an esoteric way. He wants to show the people of his beloved Gotham City that they can stands up and take control of their city, and not let their lives be run by cowardly people. He ultimately just wants to protect, and make sure no child will ever have to feel the way he did that faithful day he watched his parents die.
That's why Batman is my second favorite hero.

Merci,

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2014-10-27T16:01:44+01:00
My favorite superhero is Batman, and I think he represents two things also.
The first thing ; I think Batman is never giving up. When Bruce lost his parents right in front of him was an 8-year-old boy and he was laced with all kinds of things like grief, anger, frustration, etc. If Bruce wanted, he could have easily let this pain become something evil, and despicable (He could have ended up like Doctor Doom is my opinion), but instead, he looked past himself and he decided to use his pain and anguish to be something bigger than himself and a protector. I think Bruce also represents never giving up with his dedication to his city. Being Batman isn't a job to Bruce, it is his daily life. It's why he gets up in the morning, etc. He will never stop trying to fix Gotham unless he's physically unable to or dead.
The second thing ; I think Batman represents hope. I know he may be a weird thing since Bruce usually talks about Batman as being as a symbol used to strike fear in criminals hearts, but I think he represents hope in an esoteric way. He wants to show the people of his beloved Gotham City that they can stands up and take control of their city, and not let their lives be run by cowardly people. He ultimately just wants to protect, and make sure no child will ever have to feel the way he did that faithful day he watched his parents die.
That's why Batman is my second favorite hero.

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2014-10-27T17:17:39+01:00
My favorite superhero is Batman, and I think he represents two things.
The first thing Batman represents to me is "never giving up". When Bruce lost his parents right in front of him when he was 8 years old, he experienced all kinds of emotions like grief, anger, frustration, etc. If Bruce had wanted to, he could have easily let this pain dominate him and could have turned into someone evil, and despicable (He could have ended up like Doctor Doom in my opinion), but instead, he looked past himself and decided to use this pain and anguish to become someone better than himself and a protector. I think Bruce also represents "never giving up  his dedication to his city". Being Batman isn't a job to Bruce, it is his life. It's why he gets up in the morning, etc. He will never stop trying to fix Gotham unless he's physically unable  or dead.
The second thing he represents to me is "hope". I know this may be a weird thing since Bruce usually talks about Batman as a symbol used to frighten the criminals, but I think he represents hope in an esoteric way. He wants to show the people that his beloved Gotham City can stand up and that  they can take control of their city, and not let their lives be run by cowardly people. He ultimately just wants to protect, and make sure no child will ever have to feel the way he did that dreadful day he watched his parents die in front of him.
That's why Batman is my second favorite hero.