Analysis Of Chris Mccandless In Into The Wild By Jon Krakauer

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In today's society, humans acquire so many gadgets that drive them with excitement, later down the line their interest for that item subsides. Society only makes it harder by constantly flaunting their product through advertisement. Money is inside the pockets of everyone; controlling the way human think and behave. In the novel, "Into the Wild" written by Jon Krakauer, Chris Mccandless is an admirable young man who does not seek materialistic possessions to gain happiness but, only through lifelong adventures and because of this, Chris is an anti-materialistic. Mccandless was a young man who graduated from a prestige school, Emory University where he obtained a high GPA of 3.72. Despite having his life all set and a future bright

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