He could have gotten a job somewhere else safer rather than risk his neck. Cecil probably did not the cash, but his prorities changed when he met Moose. He also refused to let the other men pay him for this trinkets he made them, which seems suspicious, even for a kind hearted person, if his only reason for staying had been getting money. Cecil didn't leave until after Moose's death. Revenge could have been the strongest emotion for him; so strong, it overpowered his desire for money.
The word natural sounds healthy but in reality it 's the same thing as artificial. The text to Build a Fire had similar themes to the other two sources but the reality is slightly different. In the other two sources it showed you the reality of a certain situation in this text it shows you how a person can be so idealistic they miss out on the reality. The author London in the text to Build a Fire shows you the man 's lack of imagination and his unwillingness to listen to other peoples advice. The man takes too much pride in his abilities and it doesn 't look at the realistic ways of nature.
Callarman’s argument is that Chris McCandless made a lot of mistakes because he was arrogant and that he had no business going into Alaska with his Romantic silliness and he says that he was just crazy. I disagree with Callarman’s argument because I think that Chris McCandless (Alexander Supertramp) was not arrogant I think that he just wanted to learn new things. I also disagree because I think that Chris did have a reason to go to Alaska or else he would not have done it even if it just to go because he likes nature, and I don’t think that he was crazy at the beginning but I agree that he did start to get crazy when he was stuck in the wild on the bus. I don’t think that Chris is arrogant I think that he is just a guy who wants to learn new things about nature and just the world in general. In the movie Chris McCandless had a thought in his head since he started that he wanted to go to Alaska and he could have gone long before he actually went because he had everything and then just donated his money to a charity called OXFAM and left his car and everything else to be hitchhiking and he went and he was living his life how he wanted like this quote that Chris McCandless/ Alexander
He doesn't understand that war is not a good thing and thinks he could help by using a hatchet. It shows how Phillip is innocent because it tells that he's gonna fight off the Germans with a hatchet which is not logical. This is significant because it shows why, in the future, that Phillip doesn't want to go with his mom but would rather stay around the war with his
Also, while making the second fire he was not aware of the snow covered tree. He should not have built the fire under the tree, but in the open. The snow tumbled down, putting out his fire (London 85). The main character, again, was not circumspect of his surroundings. Lastly, the main character was thrown into panic, creating him to make wrong decisions.
They are unable to move, and both must wait for their own men to arrive and rescue him. The storm is a main conflict in this story, causing the two enemies to be trapped, and the climax is directly caused by the implications set by the fallen beech tree. But since there is no resolution or development of this conflict, it couldn't be the reason for the overall resolution. The other conflict, between Ulrich and Georg, is overwhelmingly evident in "The Interlopers" because the tension created by the threats of the men to kill each other when their own men come to rescue him. Ulrich does not want to be killed by Georg, makes the decision to ask Georg to be friends.
Why is Chris McCandless is noble, or brave? He is like this way because he is going to go against the status quote. He is doing actions that people would not normally do in today 's society. People today would not think of doing the sort of things that McCandless did, and ended up losing his life over it. He did things that we would consider slightly insane; mad, but he adhere to a doctrine of no safety and constant adventure, or he went, “Into the wild.” ” Instead of being distraught over this turn of events, moreover, McCandless was exhilarated.
Chapter 13 Quote Explanation: Holden is admitting that he is a coward. If somebody stole his gloves he would not have the courage to do anything but try to talk it out with the other person. He would not get physical. 14. Chapter 14 Question: Although Holden does not say it, it is obvious that he regrets not letting Allie go to the lake with him and his friend Bobby.
Within Mary Shelley’s work Frankenstein, Victor cautions Walton’s men on the vessel from abandoning their pursuit of exploring the arctic and its mysteries and dissuades them from returning home to their families by ridiculing them for not having the determination and will to see through their endeavor. This seems like quite a contradiction to Victor’s message he expresses throughout his tale, where he asserts that it is dangerous to pursue ambitions/discoveries of the unknown in the name of science or personal satisfaction. However, when considering why he has such a message to convey to the equally ambitious Walton, his seemingly opposite words/actions make sense. After all, the reason why Victor feels that science/knowledge is inherently
At the time, O’Brien thought it was in his best interests to avoid the war. O’Brien did not completely support it, and even though he would let down his hometown, he felt it in the end it was his own choice. O’Brien thought he was being the real man that he is when he flees because he stands up for what he believes in. When he opposes the war, O’Brien feels justified by his own morals. O’Brien works hard at the lodge in which he resides so he can earn the money to