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    Analysis Of Into The Wild

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    go into the wild. Many are lead to question why someone would do such a things as leave your family, leave your riches, and leave everything you have to have nothing and be alone in Alaska. Within this book Into The Wild by Jon Krakauer you see the personal views and beliefs of Chris McCandless; while having many excerpts within the book of his favorite authors’ gives you an insight to why as he would choose to do such a thing. Some may believe that Chris McCandless went into to the wild because of

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    wild plums

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    In Grace Stone Coates’ “Wild Plums” the reader is presented with two disparate families: one of class and privilege, an unnamed family of the story’s protagonist, and a family of meager farmers, the Slumps. The Slumps find themselves often living off of the land which includes plumming, a task that involves the collection of plums. The story’s protagonist, an unnamed little girl, always asks her family if she can join the Slumps but both her father and mother refuse to allow her to spend time with

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    Wild Response

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    feeling of what it means to be alive. This work invites and informs the reader of the many ways one can cope with loss; moreover, Strayed demonstrates what what may work for everyone--the method of sublimation. Work Cited Strayed, Cheryl. Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail. New York: Vintage Books, 2012. Print.

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    Into The Wild Argument

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    The book Into the Wild has brought up different opinions about the main character Christopher Johnson McCandless, also known as “Alex”. Being a free spirit he not only thought differently but saw things differently. He looked at the world at another viewpoint than everyone else. Not in a mentally ill way, but philosophical author like. There might be some reasoning to his actions such as neglect as a child and literary influence. Eager to learn and see new things, living his life the way he wants

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    Into The Wild Analysis

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    In my book Warriors: Into the wild there is a protagonist and antagonist that really have a great affect on each other. This conflict brings up a theme in the book. Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. It shows that even though you are against this person-or cat- you can still learn from them and become smarter because of them. Firepaw and Tigerclaw not only show this but show the conflict between a protagonist and antagonist. There is many differences between both of them and there

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    The Wild Themes

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    In the novel, The Call of the Wild we see a swathe of themes that permeate through it's writing and atmosphere. There is the mantra of survival of the fittest, the acquisition of skill, and the difference between the wilderness and civilization. However, the strongest point we see that shines and peaks through all the others is the regression to our instincts. This refers to how due to our surroundings how we will inevitably turn back into uncivilized animals. This is apparent in the main character

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    Buck The Wild

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    This is a book that I will probably revisit someday. The way that it is written, the way the characters are portrayed, and the style of writing makes you feel as if you are reading a journal that one of the characters wrote. Well, that is probably what Jack London was trying to do, but the odd thing about this book is that you are not reading the inner dialogues of a human being. You are following the inner dialogue of a half Saint Bernard, half Scotch Shepherd dog named Buck. The story starts

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    The Cry Of The Wild

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    The 'cry of the wild'; can still be heard across this great land. I have heard the bugle of an elk on the Great Plains...the shrill of a bald eagle along the banks of the mightily Mississippi...the roar of a brown eagle bear on windswept tundra...and the gobble of a wild turkey among western foothills. Amazing beauty can still be found in the natural landscapes of this great land. I have seen through televisions, articles, books, and newspapers the towering forests...pristine waters...rich wetlands

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    The Southern Wild

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    Isle de Charles Doucet also known as “The Bath Tub” is a community separated from the levee where people learn to survive with the little or none at all access to the real world objects. Hushpuppy raised by only one parent, her father Wink (Dwight Henry) is loving but in a rough way and is determine to show her how to not only be brave and tough but also how to survive on her own. Fierce six-year-old Hushpuppy (Quvenzhane Wallis) is persistent to save not only her father but the only world she has

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    Into the Wild Timeline

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    May 12, 1990: Christopher McCandless graduates from Emory University with honors. He tells his parents he is going to spend the summer in his Datsun driving around the country. June 1990: Chris mails his final transcript to his parents and a short letter. This will be the last time they hear from him. July 6, 1990: At Lake Mead National Recreation Area in Nevada. July 10, 1990: Leaves his car on the side of the road after a flash flood. He gathers a backpack of items and sets out on foot. July–August

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