Analysis Of Transcendentalism In Into The Wild, By Jon Krakauer

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Beginning in the early eighteen hundreds the first acts of the transcendentalism arose in the United States. The Harvard divinity school housed the father of transcendentalism as he is known as professor named Emerson, who expressed ideals of independence, freedom, and the art of nature. In fact, his teachings inspired many to open their eyes and see the government 's corruption and horrid ways. Thus changing the citizens ' views on society and listening to these transcendentalist. Within the novel, Into The Wild written by Jon Krakauer tells the amazing story of a true transcendentalists Chris McCandless discovering himself and the lies of his family 's stealthy history. Readers of the book are left wondering if this young man 's adventure
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