Answer to Question #195704 in English for Makaia Hill

Question #195704

In the epigraph for Chapter 1, Chris states in a postcard dated April 27, 1992 to Wayne Westerfield…”I now walk into the wild.”  In Chapter 1, he tells Jim Gallien, “ I don’t want to know what time it is.  I don’t want to know what day it is or where I am.  None of that matters.”  Write about the quotes and/or your assessment of Chris McCandless so far? An epigraph is a relevant quotation at the beginning of a book, chapter, etc. 


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2021-05-31T10:00:26-0400

Chris McCandless left his family and friends to go and explore the world in what he called living life to the fullest. In the process, he backed his experiences with photos, postcards, logs and letters which would explain the course of the journey he undertook right after graduating from college.

The phrase walking into the wild portrays the kind of belief Chris had and the willingness to face the challenges that would come along the way. The belief that there is magic in everything that we set to do. To Gallien, Chris is trying to justify his actions and having the best of his life by doing what makes him happy. That it does not matter the material things or what actions that determines an individual's happiness but by doing what you love, and in so doing, Chris feels he has lived the best of his life, and thanks God for it.


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