Into The Wild Character Analysis

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As a rule, what surrounds a character in a book, either a different culture, or geography, tends to change their moral principles. Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer, is a perfect example of how even though someone has everything they need, they can end up doing insane things. Mccandless, the main character, is affected by extreme environmental surroundings, because his thinking shifts from being brave to feeling morally guilty .

Cristopher, used to have all he wished, but because of his solipsistic personality, this wasn't enough. McCandless, came from a rich family in Washington, went to a really good University and was an exceptional athlete. Years later, he decided to abandon society, but especially government. He did such thing as changing

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