Book Review Of Into The Wild By Jon Krakauer

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1.Introduction: "Into the Wild" is written by an American best-selling author Jon Krakauer, the "outdoor" magazine columnist,a mountaineer as well. As soon as published ,the book was on "the New York Times' bestseller list for more than two years, winning the Outstanding Adventure class writers praise for Jon Krakauer. The book reflects the searching and enlightenment of a person's exercise. It is a legend of an idealist and a wandering story. Christopher Johnson McCandless’s family is lucrative. Though young, he chose to leave thewealthy but hypocrisy families , abandoned the shackles of all modern civilization, to pursue a simple and pure freedom. Though discouraged by his family, he embarked on a long road backing to nature slowly,and become a veritable rangers.Druing four months in Alaska wilderness, he met Wayne,a barn master who is forthright and has a sense of justice, a exotic couple of tourists who are outspoken and self,the guitar girl Tracy who favored him very much, and old Ron who is kind and lonely ,stubborn......Especially when he chat on a hilltop with Ron, R...

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