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Krakaur Vs. Mccandless

Summary: The comparison between the author of "Into the Wild" (Krakaur) and the man he documents in the book (Chris McCandless)is very similar. They both have an amazing adventure, to better themselves. On the one hand, you have Krakauer, who is Traveling to receive the interviews he needs to go and have his book be a success. McCandless, on the other hand, is traveling, because he believes he needs to make his life a success.
McCandless is a man who knew no limits. When it all was said and done, a man of his caliber was almost unheard of. He not only showed himself to others, he was also extremely distant in the same sense. McCandless uses many effective means to accomplish the things he does. In one aspect, on could say that he is a wild man, and that he never truly lives life to the fullest, that dying such a meaningless and sophomoric death just showed how naive he was. In the other hand, you can look at McCandless as being courageous, and extremely heroic. It takes a special breed of man to do what he did. He risked his life to experience the chance and journey of a lifetime. To say this, is nonetheless brilliant. He affects so many lives, all positively. Everyone has a positive experience with this...

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