Wild: Into the Wild and Sweet Pea Plant Essay examples

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#1 Ruess seems similar to McCandless because Ruess says that he enjoys nature, and beauty. McCandless also loves nature. They both do not wish to settle down.

#2 The nom de plume Ruess carved into the walls said “NEMO 1934.”

#3 “I have been thinking more and more that I shall always be a lone wanderer of the wilderness. God, how the trail lures. You cannot comprehend its resistless fasination for me. After all the lone trail is the best.... I'll never stop wandering. And when the time comes to die, I'll find the wildest, loneliest, most desolate spot there is.” P.91 It connects to Chris mcCandless because Chris is a wonderer and when he died it was in the “wildest,l loneliest, most desolate spot there is.”

#4 The evidence that Ruess was careless is when he talked about almost falling off clifs and almost got killed from too many bee stings.
h.17 #1. Krakauer believes that Chris deliberately didn't bring a topographical map because he “yurned to wonder uncharted country, to find a blank spot on the map.”P.174 since every place on the map has been charted chris's decision to not use a map helped him feel that he was the adventurer he wanted top be.
2. According to Krakauer Chris's interactions were different to Sir John Franklin because John Franklin tried to prepare himself with tools to survive against nature were Chris expectation was to purely use nature to survive

3.A krakauer believes that young people take risks because of over confidence, and arrogance. Its the way a youth becomes a man he grows up.
B. Chris's philosophy when it comes to challenges is he completely wants to depend on himslef. He rejects the reality that we were created to be in a relationship. He figures it out to late.
C. I've been challenged to hike 70 mile with the food on my back. I have become intrigued to do it…