Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Into the Wild Topic Sentence

Answer the following question in a well written topic sentence: In Jon Krakauer's Into the Wild, what does Chris McCandless most value and why?

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  1. In Jon Krakauer's "Into the Wild" Chris McCandless most values finding himself because that's what the goal of his trip was... to find himself.

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  2. In Jon Krakauer's "Into the Wild" Chris McCandless most valued family because during his journey and in his last moments, that was the only thought in his mind.

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  3. Throughout Jon Krakauer's ''Into the Wild,'' Chris McCandless most values his freedom, as he died just to be free.

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  4. In Jon Krakauer's "Into the Wild" true happiness is valued most by Chris McCandless because he is on a never ending serch to find the key to being truly happy.

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  5. In Jon Krakauer's "Into the Wild" Chris McCandless valued travinling over everything else because all his life he had travled all through the U.S.A.

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  6. Throughout Jon Krakauer's "Into the Wild" Chris McCandless valued personal discovery by wandering around the US to, "live off the land" because he was searching for the real meaning of life.

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  7. "Into the Wild" by Jon Krakauer, Chis McCandless biggest value was independence, because Chris wanted to flee from society and live on his own.

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  8. In Jon Krakauer's "Into the Wild" Chris McCandless valued happiness because he tries radical ways to find real happiness.

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  9. In Jon Krakauer's "Into the Wild" Chris McCandless most valued adventuring through the wilderness of America because he left everything to live on his own and discover things on his own.

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  10. In, "Into The Wild," by Jon Krakauer our main charachter Chris McCandless values testing himself and the world as much as he can, because he puts his body and knowledge to the limits.

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  11. In Jon Krakauer's "Into the Wild" Chris McCandless most valued freedom and happiness because he died trying to be free in the wild and kept striving to find the next big thing to make himself happy like surviving in the Alaskan wilderness.

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  13. In Jon Krakauer's "Into the Wild" Chris McCandless most values his father. This is shown when Chris leaves his home because of his relations with his father. The relationship was bad and therefore, Chris left the house for a new life.

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  14. During Jon Krakauer's ''Into the Wild'' Chris McCandless values freedom as he leaves his wealthy lifestyle and travels to cold baron places in solitude.

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  15. In Jon Krakauer's "Into The Wild" Chris McCandless values freedom because his parents had such high expectations that Chris couldn't achieve.

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  16. In Jon Krakauer's ''Into the Wild,''Chris Mccandless most values being free in life without restrictions because he likes to change his mind often.

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  17. In “Into The Wild” what Chris McCandless values most is what he does while he is in the wild by himself trying to get through it with what he has and he even so he slowly kills himself by eating venomous plants and not knowing what is good for him.

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  20. In John Krakauer’s “Into the Wild”, Chris McCandless most value’s living life to the fullest and giving everything for it, even his life because he knows that he will die eventually and why not die doing what you love.

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