Chris Mccandless Suffering In Into The Wild

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“‘This is the last you will hear from me…I now walk into the wild’” (Krauker, 69) Jon Krauker’s suspenseful novel, Into the Wild, gives an intricate insight into the life and death of Chris McCandless. He knows this trip could be fatal, but he does it anyway, ignoring the fact that his parents and family still cared about him. He was being ignorant toward the people who warned him about going into Alaska on his own and toward his family. Before Chris McCandless excludes himself from society and civilization, he goes to the University of Alaska. There, “…he came across a scholarly, exhaustively researched field guide to the region’s edible plants…” (160). This, by itself, shows that McCandless wants to survive this journey. However, he is doing
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