An Analysis Of Peter Fish's Experience At South Pass

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Fish is demonstrating his experience at South Pass, Wyoming to be a thought of excitement prior to reaching the destination with his friend, Del Bene. As he writes more about his experience, it is obvious that South Pass was not pleasurable. The stories of death, the deficiency of water as well as lack of beautiful scenery described in the narrative was profound in sensory details. Therefore, allowing its readers to experience exactly what Peter Fish encountered in his journey. The thesis in this narrative is in a very uncommon position, but this positioning made the story flow much more simple. As described in this week’s lecture, the narrative obviously shifts from specific to general. Additionally, I enjoyed reading the variety of the story,
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