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In this essay I need to compare two biographies of a famous person I will plot out the difference and compare the two books considering point of view bias aim omission interest and interpretation This person is my hero and idol He is one of the great player in the history of hockey He set the all-time NHL scoring record in 26 seasons and got four Stanley cup in a row from 1984-1988 He is Wayne Gretzky the most brilliant and talent hockey player in this century Ichose the Gretzky and Taylor and Gretzky with Rick ReillyThe book Gretzky with Rick Reilly was an autobiography It showed how Wayne Gretzky from his AHL to a famous NHL player In this book there were a lot of Gretzkys childhood We knew that Wayne Gretzky could skate at two years old He was well known by people at six When he was ten he was signing autographs and had a national magazine article written about him A thirty- minutes national television show done on him at fifteen It also talk about Gretzkys hero when he was a kid He was a funny guy He was Gretzkys hockey instructor He was also his lacrosse baseball basketball and cross country coach He was not only coach but also trainer and chauffeur Gretzky called him dad his name was Walter However in the book Gretzky and Taylor it did not show anything in Gretzkys childhood It was started when Gretzky became the NHL player a member of Edmonton Oilers rookie How he became the hall of the frame The description of this book was very interesting The writer show the thing through the game For example the first chapter was talking about the 1984 Stanley Cup final between the Edmonton Oilers and New York Islander Wayne he said dont worry about not scoring so far Just make sure that when you do get a goal for us is a big
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