Ayumi Hamasaki and Fresh New Start Essay

Submitted By kristenstewart10
Words: 369
Pages: 2

mount of preservation, where mainly the total neglect of others who weigh he or she down are finally let go. Krakauer's entire message does not inspire one about the outer image or looks, appearance wise. The point is surrounded by internal and mental strength and health that deals with stability. Many themes take place in this novel, such as the fundamental truth over peoples' opinions, a new beginning (a chance to start over, reach purity), and forgiveness. The theme of a fresh new start is especially embedded into this story and reaches the audience by allowing the trespass of different places and souls to visit the man facing the outdoors. It's about independence at once, and leaving a mark that is barely excusable yet unforgettable. First and foremost, in order to get to another state of someone's mind, it does not hurt to have him start off with a clean slate. The subtraction of others' deprivation towards his goals and interests can set a difference in all of both's lives. In actuality, one's fate can be either chosen by others or self-directed and fought. For example, "I was surprised, as always, by how easy the act of leaving was, and how good it felt. The world was suddenly rich with possibility." (136). The constant reminder in this story of an always "locked" answer definitely contributes to the overall idea of the plot; to not let anyone else's opposite thoughts control, direct, or deprive one from doing what he or she believes is best. Chris McCandless is a…