Analysis Of Into The Wild, By Chris Mccandless

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Many people that go out in the wilderness say they get a sense of relief and freedom. Many of them do not need the everyday stuff and live just fine without them. They don’t need fancy new sports car or a new TV because they much rather be out exploring nature. If people have the courage to turn against their habitual lifestyle and engage in unconventional living they will find the joy in different experiences easier. People that are fascinated by the wild seem to enjoy a lot of the simpler things in life.Even though they do not have luxury things they still seem to be happier with their lives than most of the people. A lot of them that live in the wild do not have the stress of always following people’s rules and act like society tells them to. They experience new and exciting things everyday by living out in the wild. Living out in the wild can be like living a whole new life, it really is like leaving your old life behind and just starting over. At first it may seem hard and impossible to do but in the end it might help you become a happier person and appreciate life more. Maybe people that are fascinated by the wild really are just trying to escape their old lives or just want to have a bigger sense of freedom and relieve. Christopher Johnson McCandless who ditches his…show more content…
Chris McCandless resents the world of materialism from which he was born into and in an effort to separate himself from this life he walks away from it. He wasn’t involved much with society and had problems with his family which made him to start his journey to Alaska. In most other cases people stay and deal with their problems. McCandless on the other hand ran away in the most dangerous of possible ways, by totally abandoning his sheltered existence into one that had no safety nets."Two years he walks the earth. No phone, no pool, no pets, no cigarettes. Ultimate Freedom. An extremist. An aesthetic voyager whose home is the
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