Analysis Of Chris Mccandless In Into The Wild, By Jon Krakauer

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Jon Krakauer, talks about a young man, Chris McCandless, in his novel “Into The Wild.” As other Critics claims that he paints a sympathetic picture of a young man with a profound moral compass seeking higher truth; Krakauer disagrees with that. Krakauer has been through similar obstacles that McCandless had to face, while growing up. At one point Krakauer was in Chris McCandless shoes; however, he was smart about the materials that accompanied him throughout his journey. McCandless on the other hand, his plans wasn’t well thought of; doesn’t make him inconsiderate, but an unorganized person. Although McCandless and Krakauer took two different paths, trying to achieve the same goal. Both set on a journey away from their father, having hatred
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