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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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    “Happiness is only real when shared” is said by Chris McCandless; the main character in Into the Wild (2007). Directed by Sean Penn it is the story of Chris running away from his traumatic past from his abusive parents on an adventure to find his true happiness although he soon comes to the realization that his true happiness is with his family. Throughout the film it is evident that the true happiness of the world comes from the people around us. Chris was unhappy with his family and they ruined

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    Jack The Wild

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    The book that I chose to read was, The Call of the Wild, written by Jack London. How did Buck show his loyalty to his new master Thornton? In the story Buck struggles to find an appropriate master. We will discuss Buck’s lifestyle in the beginning of the book. Next, we will discuss his journey with various owners. Lastly, we will discuss how he felt and what he did for his new owner Thornton. There was a dog named Buck who was an arrogant and mighty dog. Buck lived a royal life on Judge Miller`s

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    The Wild Child

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    ground and their arms laid out to the side of their hips. Genie was not accustomed to that. She had rarely seen anyone walk or run. The way Genie would walk was very unique. She would stumble along in such an unbalanced manner, with her upper arms against her body and her forearms bent at a ninety degree angle with her fingers curled towards her palms. According to scientists, “she walked as if she was a bunny.” (REFERANCE) She realistically didn’t know anything about the outside world. Imagine how

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    Call Of The Wild

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    Buck was the loyal companion of Judge Miller. He was a free dog, allowed to go as he pleased throughout the large estate. Buck hunted with Judge’s sons, escorted the girls, even went swimming in the pool, it was the ideal life for a dog and it was soon about to change. It was 1897 and the Klondike strike was luring men to the north. Buck lived in the sunny Santa Clara Valley, a far extreme from the north where he would soon be taken. It all happened when the gardener, trying to settle his

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    Into The Wild Theme

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    Into the Wild, by Sean Penn, illustrates the story of a young man’s journey into the Alaskan wilderness. The theme of the movie revolves around the escape of civilization to find happiness and freedom. The main character, Christopher McCandless, is a young adventurer who has lived a life that many would view as comfortable. He is the son of wealthy parents and a recent graduate of Emory University. However, Chris is not happy with his life. Because of their status in society, his parents hold him

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    a natural reaction to do just the opposite. The notion should not have a pre thought opinion of someone because of the way they look or the things they do is baffling to some individuals. Chris McCandless, the main character of the novel “Into The Wild” by Jon Krakauer, is a victim of this scenario. In the Novel, Chris McCandless leaves the comfort of the “perfect” life that he has been given to live an independent life on the road. With no money and his own two feet, McCandless travels the country

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    Call Of The Wild

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    family pet to a primordial, wild beast. To begin with, before living in northern Canada and Alaska, Buck lived a pampered, luxurious life on Judge Miller’s estate in Santa Clara Valley, California. Although there were numerous breeds of dogs living on the estate, Buck had an aspect to himself that set him aside from the other dogs and animals. "For he was king – king over all creeping, crawling flying things of Judge Miller’s place, humans included." (Call of the Wild, page 14). Buck would take

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