Impact Of The Setting In Jack London's To Build A Fire

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Imagine if it is colder than ice with no sun present at anytime through the journey through the Yukon Territory. In this short story, “To Build a Fire,” by Jack London the setting makes it have many major impacts in the story because of the impacts on the character, the plot and also on the theme as well. In this short story just to tell you a little about it the man who is the man character believes that he can travel through the Yukon Territory by his self after being told that no man can travel through alone. So the setting in “To Build A Fire” has an impact on the story that can change how the story is told. One of the first ways the first ways the setting has an impact involves the characters. For example, the narrator explains
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