Into the Wild Essay | Journey across the Bush

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Journey across the Bush

Summary: Essay discusses the narration of Chris McCandless in "Into the Wild" by John Krakaur.
I've spent enough time in beautiful seclusion. All of my senses are telling me that I've proved top my self that I could do it and now it is time leave. I have so many things to tell Wayne and Carine. I wish I could see one of them now. Well, I have to pack first because I don't plan on coming back. Toothbrush, books, pants, shirts, rice and boots; I'm ready go. It's an hour later and all the things I'm carrying seem 3 times heavier than the trip down, because now after I have lost so much weight this may prove to be a difficult task. The fresh air and peaceful silence fill my heart with the needed energy, but the ticks and gnats chewing at my skin feel like flames erupting all around my exposed body. The bugs are such a small price to...

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