Loren Hall Character Analysis

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It seems as if nearly everyone goes through a difficult mission at least once in their life. Walt Master’s, for example, his task was saving Loren Hall's claim from the 'stampeders'. Farah Ahmedi, she undertook the mission of escaping from her war-torn country with her mother. While the narrator from, 'the cremation of Sam McGee', made a promise to his (now dead) friend that he would cremate his last remains. Though these characters all have very different stories, they all have shown that they have the perseverance to succeed in their quest and help those around them.
Walt masters is a young boy who lives in Klondike. While his neighbor ,Loren Hall, was away walking to Dawson, Walt agreed to watch over his claim. Unfortunately trouble
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This was enough to impel ,her and her mother, to take risks to escape. “Ahmedi and her mother decide to flee their home in Kabul in search of a better life”(Intro). Only thanks to Ghulam Ali and his wife, did she and her mother get around the Afghanistan border. "The woman told us that her husband, Ghulam Ali, had gone to look for another way across the border”(par. 7). The astonishing thing is that Ahmedi was able to undertake this mission and persevered even though she had her own difficulties. " Perhaps my mother’s problems distracted me from my own. That might account for it. Perhaps desperation gave me energy and made me forget the rigor of the climb”(par. 12). By helping her mother she inevitably helped herself, distracted by her mother's bigger problems she was able to forget her own and persevere through the journey.
The Speaker and his Friend Sam McGee are miners from Tennessee who want to strike it rich in the Klondike. Although, not to long after the start of their journey Sam McGee falls ill and makes The Speaker promise him something. Sam McGee asked that once he died he would be cremated in irony of his icy death. “So I want you to swear that, foul or fair, you’ll cremate my last remains”(line 24). The Speaker, knowing the harsh and surreal code of the klondike, wandered on through the cold to fulfill his promise. “Now a promise made is a debt unpaid, and the trail has its own stern code, In the days to come, though my lips were dumb, in
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