Into Thin Air Essay | Essay

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Motives: the Climb Vs Into Thin Air

Summary: This is an essay about John Krakauer and some other mountain climber. They both went on an expedition that turned out fatal. This is comparing their two books 'The Climb' and 'Into Thin Air' by John Krakauer and seeing which one is more accreditable for that expedition. They were on different teams also.
Motives: The Climb vs. Into Thin Air

In Into Thin Air, by Jon Krakauer, one receives a story of the 1996 Everest Expedition with a twist of drama and graphic detail that enables the reader to feel on the edge of their seat. Within this tragic accounting of the events also lies the quest for Jon Krakauer to solve the question as to why the events occurred the way that they had. Krakauer was a client on the Adventure Consultants team led by guide Rob Hall, and he also was a journalist for the magazine Outside.

Shortly after the disaster had occurred Jon Krakauer wrote an article called "Into Thin Air" in Outside. Soon after finding out about the article Boukreev was very upset with what Krakauer had said in terms of the disaster and Boukreev, himself. Anatoli Boukreev was also involved in the 1996 Everest Expedition. However, he was...

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