Into the Wild Essay | The Emulator

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The Emulator

Summary: Authencity and individualism of Christopher McCandless' odyssey in the novel Into the Wild, by Jon Krakauer are crucial elements. McCandless is described as a unqiue individual with unique aspirations. This essays seeks to unmask him as an imitator and hypocrite by citing evidence that he derived his ideals from society.
We live in a volatile and temperamental world, always succumbing to the whims of a puppeteer society. Our everyday lives are filled with quotas from slogans spewed forth by puppeteers who seek to enroll us in a utopian world...be all that you can be...never give up...you can do anything you set your mind to. Even our everyday dialogue is influenced by the wit of television and radio stars, and the censorship of a biased media. In Into the Wild, by Jon Krakauer, biographized Christopher J. McCandless seeks to alienate from his world. Chris McCandless gives up all materials and any relationship he has with the world, including his emancipation from his parents. Through this unheard of logic, he seeks to find a new kind of solace and way of living. But as much as Christopher wants us to believe that his odyssey promotes him as...

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