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Into The Wild

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Mahek Marker

on 14 February 2018

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Transcript of Into The Wild

TITLE:
Into The Wild
NAME:
Mahek & Naomi
Chapters 16-18 Analysis
Chapter 16: Background
Chapter 16: Themes
Chapter 16: Character Development
Chapter 16: Rhetorical and Figurative Devices
Chapter 17: Background
Krauker recalls McCandless'death when traveling to the scene
author compares chris' experience with his own
Chapter 17: Themes
Chapter 17: Character Development
Chapter 18: Background
Chris was not able to cross the Teklanika River and headed back into the wild
McCandless starved to death in Alaska
Author's theory states Chris accidentally poisoned himself
Chapter 18: Themes
Chapter 17: Rhetorical & Figurative Devices
Chapter 18: Rhetorical & Figurative Devices
Chapter 18: Character Development
Chris embodied the Wild we all have layered beneath ourselves, but the question is, was it worth it?
Freedom
Chris' view on civilization
Self-Reflection
Allure of wilderness
Insight on Chris' attributes
IMAGeRY
Symbolism
Allusion
Symbolism
Young Manhood
Symbolism
Detail
Logos
Dynamic character
DICTION
"In April 1992, a young man from a well-to-do East Coast family hitchhiked to Alaska and waled alone into the wilderness north of Mt. McKinley. Four months later his decomposed body was found by a party of moose hunters." (Krakauer, Author's Note)
Oxymoron
Foreshadowing & Dramatic Irony
Imagery
Henry David Thoreau
"Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined."
Chris leaves South Dakota
Gaylord Stuckey recalls when McCancless spoke about his past
Chris killed a moose
Chris later wishes to go back to civilization
Chapter 16 - Concise Diction
Chapter 17 - Formal diction
Chapter 18 - Emotional and figurative Diction
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