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    For example, the author of this commercial obviously thinks that Charmin is the number one brand for toilet paper. That is all an opinion though because everybody has different tastes. Since the author believes that Charmin is the best toilet paper around, it must also mean that the author believes that it is the softest and longest lasting toilet paper. Another appeal that is used is pathos. The bears set off an emotional aspect that gets the audience to watch the commercial. They are so lovable, unlike most real bears, and they are cute. The commercial makes some people have sympathy for the bears and they continue to watch until the end. The environment that the bears are in is bright with the sun shining in the blue sky. It gives off a happy tone. It also gets the families to watch the commercial. The bears are good for all members of the family and they are great attention…

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    fulfillment in unique ways. Personal fulfillment is when you feel like you achieved something great in your life. You can also feel satisfied with yourself or your life and feel happiness. Chris wasn’t very happy growing up because of the way his lifestyle was with his parents. He always wanted to travel and go to Alaska. Once his plan set off, he felt fulfilled that he could finally travel alone like he wanted to with no stress on his shoulder. He was very relieved to be on his own, and he was…

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    It cost me about 30000 US dollars per year, if you just looking for this price, you may feel unreasonable, but if you do a compare with other universities, you possibly feel AUS less than others. For example, university of California cost almost 60000 dollars per a year for international students, and Washington state university cost 55000 dollars per a year for international students, also compare with other State university like Oregon and Michigan, ASU still less tuition fee compare with…

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    “In coming to Alaska, McCandless… rid of the map. In his own mind, if nowhere else, the terra[earth] would thereby remain incognita[unknown]”( Krakauer 174). McCandless 's rare failures in his early ages built confidence, along with arrogance, in himself. This seemingly preordained outcome is reflected by and discuss in Jim Collins 's research Five Stages of Decline. McCandless was experiencing the first stage when he decided to venture the Alaskan wilderness without proper tools, life needs,…

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    Christopher Mccandless Hero Analysis

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    In the novel, Into The Wild, Christopher McCandless sets out on a journey across North America to find himself and escape from the cookie cutter schedule that the average American goes through day after day. The story of Christopher McCandless venturing into Alaska whilst being completely unprepared sparks controversy among people. Some believe he is a brainless idiot who was too immature and blinded by his own pride to realize that his journey was a suicide mission. Others believe he is a hero…

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    Analysis Of Into The Wild By Jon Krakauer

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    He determined that he would travel to Alaska, get further away from it all, and face nature at its finest. He traveled exceptionally light. He didn?t take much, a parka, a small rifle, some boots, a few clothes, a ten pound bag of rice, books, and little else. ?The heaviest item in McCandless?s half-full backpack was his library: nine or ten paperbound books. Among the authors were Thoreau, Tolstoy, Gogol, Crichton, Pirsig, L?Amour, and a plant journal? (Krakauer 162). Chris wanted to live…

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    Imagine leaving a simple comfortable life behind to go live out in the snow. Now, on top of being completely alone imagine having little knowledge on how to survive. Sound fun? Well, this is exactly what Chris McCandless did. McCandless traveled into Alaska with rice and a small amount of knowledge on poisonous berries, told from the story. Although Chris tried to act as though he was doing something great he actually was causing harm to himself and everyone he actually cared about. Chris…

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    experience does not [prove to] make you a better human” (Krakauer 71). In other words, there is no legitimate reason for someone to decide one day to leave the ways of civilization and embark into the unknown. It is not a wise choice and whoever takes this path is begging for a death wish. Once survival turns into mere luck, it is probably a sign to be heading home. In another account, Nick Jans, a schoolteacher from Alaska, claims “ignorance is what killed him. Just another case of…

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    Within history there is a cycle where individuals try to escalate the ladder of power because of their economic status and they, ultimately, endow a promise of a better future. According to Stupid White Men, by Michael Moore, Moore provides a distinct outlook on reality discussing the decline of America as a nation. Moore’s novel is a critique of American domestic and foreign policy. Overall, Moore believes that the decline of America is due to the actions of the rich, conservatives and…

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    We as humans have the ability to write. Without the ability to write we would not be as advanced as what we are today. Writing is a part of living and if you write then you live and if you live then you write. Krakauer had to piece together Chris’ entire life story, if Chris would not have written postcards, letters, notes, and in his journal then his life would not be recorded and no one would know of his story or of his journey. Since Chris wrote then he existed and since Krakauer wrote his…

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