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    Thoreau both live to embrace the religious, philosophical, and literacy movements of being transcendentalists. Transcendentalism arose in the 19th century and let many people embrace their self-wisdom, individualism, and nature. In the book Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer, and Thoreau’s excerpts from Walden, it is very clear that Chris’s beliefs and Thoreau’s beliefs have a lot in common. The connections show through both Chris’s and Thoreau’s self-wisdom, individualism, and nature. The first Transcendental

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    Into The Wild Response

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    Into The Wild “Into The Wild” by Jon Krakauer, is a beautifully written book, with a captivating and devastating story. I thoroughly enjoyed it and even though the death of the main character was stated in sentence number two, Krakauer keeps the reader enthralled throughout the entire novel, start to finish. In “Into the Wild”, a recent college graduate named Christopher McCandless, in search of adventure, freedom, and purpose, decides to donate his life’s savings, abandon his family, and head out

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    Into The Wild: Review

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    Into The Wild Essay In the novel Into the Wild Chris started to travel around the states after he graduated. Chris destroyed everything that he had with him like his social security, burned his money, and credit card. Along the way of his journey he met some people that he left a strong impression on. Before he met them he was driving around on his car till it broke down. After a while he started to hitchhike his away around the states. The first person that picked him up was Jan Burres and her

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    Born to Be Wild

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    similar to what people do when they keep exotic animals as their pets. Firstly, exotic pets are rare or unusual animals which are not native to the country, but kept in captivity within human households. These animals are generally considered as a wild species, and are not typically kept as pets. According to Born Free USA, a nonprofit organization dedicated in animal protection, only thirteen states ban the private ownership of exotic animals. Millions of them are still allowed to be privately possessed

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    the call of the wild

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    The Call of the Wild, on the surface, is a story about Buck, a four- year old dog that is part Shepherd and part St. Bernard. More importantly, it is a naturalistic tale about the survival of the fittest in nature. Throughout the novel, Buck proves that he is fit and can endure the law of the club, the law of the fang, and the laws of nature. Buck had been raised in California, on the ranch of Judge Miller. There he had the run of the place and was loved and pampered by all. Unfortunately, one of

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    Into The Wild Tribe

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    (Intro) The various groups of American Indian Tribes that Krakauer introduces in his novel, “Into The Wild”, display diverse lifestyles, beliefs, and methods of dealing with harsh conditions they've encountered on a daily basis that has been critical to their survival. Throughout his novel, Krakauer introduces various types of tribes such as, the Chippewa, Greek, Okinawan, Tlingit, Metis, Eskimos, and Dena'ina Tribes. (continued) (Chippewa) (Greek) (Okinawan) (Tlingit) The Tlingit Tribe is originated

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    In the book “Into the Wild” by Jon Krakaeur, there is a boy named Chris Mccandless or Alex as he likes to be called who goes to Alaska because he wants to see what all the United States offers and to get away from the government and to just live life on his own. But this book also refers to how teens think and how others think of teens like do teens really know who they are and understand themselves, and chris is the main model to show that. Chris does understand who he is mostly, H=he know what

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    Wild West

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    of the railroad and was later sold to settlers. The Native Americans suffered from this flow of people from the east and this would change their lives forever. There were many struggles and the quest to just stay alive is why today we call it the “Wild West”. Especially when a good number of them were dishonest scoundrels or just drifters and adventurers. Plus, most of them were armed. The first thing the settlers needed to get done was to dig a well. Well digging was very hard job and often had

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    Transcendentalism can be defined as knowledge of the conscience, which revealed a person’s moral duty to the world (Siemers 1). Chris Mccandless from the biography Into the Wild originally lived with his parents Walt and Billie while attaining a high GPA throughout high school and college (Krakauer 20). However, he felt trapped and didn’t like the idea of parents, he dropped everything to continue a nomadic and minimalist lifestyle while appreciating the wilderness around him. Chris Mccandless

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    wild flower

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    Wild Flower…… “But father I love him!” said Tallulah, which means running water, and ran out of the tepee. Tallulah ran and ran not seeing the way. Tears were coming from her big brown eyes, passing soft pink cheeks, falling to the ground. She knew that she will never see her father again. There was love in her heart for him however the other feeling took over. Tallulah fell on the ground where green soft grass welcomed her beautiful small body that was gasping for air. Silk long black as a

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