Issues in his own family and belief that society was wrong, he disappeared without a word or letter to his family, and set out to live off the land. Through both their own adventures that have both proved a point, but Shepard was more impactful and admirable because he did it for society while McCandless did it for his own satisfaction. With controversial topics such a poverty thriving throughout the US, Shepard made a plan to show that it 's possible that anyone can lift themselves
“A hero is somebody who gives me money so I can have my boob reduction” (Katie Bosket). “A hero to me is someone who helps another person in a life changing way and was not asked to do so” (Judith Chin). “To me a hero is a person who born, lives, dies, without complaining in this society “ I think a hero to me is someone who goes beyond normal expectations to save a person or country” (Janis Reneau). “I never really thought that a person goes out and says that they want to be a hero. I never really liked the term because a heroic act is just something you just do on impulse” (Arthur Jones).
The American dream is always an opportunity for anyone in this world, but the way they you achieve the dream is what really matters. Anyone seeking the American dream has a lot of work on their hands. Some people want this dream because in their own country they do not have safety or freedom. Some people also wants this dream because in their lives they do not have happiness, so they look towards this "dream" to help them financially.
Based on a real story, Into the Wild can make us think from different perspectives about what the main character Christopher McCandless did. Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer is a dramatic but also remarkable story from a young, newly graduated, college student that escaped for a long wild journey but never came back. As time passes throughout the book, the reader may notice how the main character interacts with society and nature, finally McCandless dies in the wild but even though he was struggling for survival he died happy. Some people never get out of their comfort zone, others are tired of it and retire from their comfort zone to have different experiences in life, some are good enough or some are terrible. Experiencing different things in
The hunger artist is a story that can be viewed in many aspects in life. Many people want to leave this earth knowing that they accomplish some type of dream, goal, task or some type of legacy. His dream was to be the most phenomenal faster the world has ever seen, even into his death. Besides the dream, the hunger artist wanted nothing more than the people to be proud of what he was doing and the praise from the spectators. There is no excitement to this task but this dream that the hunger artist had was a phenomenal one indeed.
Callarman provides a strong analysis in which I disagree on many aspects. He gives his own opinion in which Chris McCandless lives his life after he graduates and travels around the United States. He leaves everything and even burns his money because he wanted to live just how he is and enjoy what nature brought to him. His final destination was Alaska in which he wanted to go to get away from everything and that’s where he lived his last days of his life. I was saying I disagreed with Shaun Callarman because I believe he did have common sense and was a bright man.
Tons of people relate to this quote. It has helped people get where they want to be in life. This is the plan on making people think the same thing. People will see that believing can make people go to new heights. Martin Luther King Jr. believed in equality, a thing that no one dared to believe in.
Siddhartha’s and Chris’ journeys are both motivated by the rejection of their old lifestyles. Chris’ parents argued a lot in Into the Wild and had many fights, despite this they still loved him. Even though Chris was loved by his parents he wanted to escape all of their fights, this is why instead of just isolating himself he actually had to take a physical journey. Chris also wanted to leave behind his wealth and money, so he took his journey to Alaska. Siddhartha takes his journey into the woods to be a Samana because he wanted to live with them and leave his dad and his fame behind.
Biff, dreams of moving out West and working freely, because this is not the idea that Willy had in mind it causes conflict between the two. Caught up in his “American Dream” Willy sacrificed his own family for his success, driving far away for sales and constantly thinking about how to be better liked resulted in his relationships with his family to wither and
“ He had called out to me and I had not answered.” How bad would I feel if I didn’t answer the last call my father made to me. Yet for Ellie his father’s death was freedom, free from worrying and the extra energy spent helping his father will be useful to him now, free at last! His life only got worse, nothing mattered anymore. I would have given up the will to live. Everything taken away from me, what was the