Into The Wild And Mccandless's Journey

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To conclude, Krakauer uses three valuable techniques to capture the meaning behind Into the Wild and McCandless’s journey itself: narrative structure, epigraphs, and tone. Chris McCandless was an intelligent young man who sought adventure far from his dull stable life. He essentially went off the grid to capture what he wished for the most, which was ultimate freedom and happiness. It was like a tag on a shirt that keeps bothering the tenderness of one’s skin. It was the reason why the tag was ripped off. Making one’s own choices whilst walking into the mysterious land of the wilderness, determined for the quest that has ominous costs if preformed wrongly, and walking the unfamiliar territory of Hades void may have taken the delicate life
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