Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Conflict in Into the Wild

In Jon Krakauer's Into the Wild, what is one conflict that occurs in the story and explain why that is a conflict?

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  1. In the book "Into the Wild" the conflict is man vs. nature because he struggles to find food in the wild.

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  2. In Jon Krakauer's Into the Wild, Alexander Supertramp suffered through many man vs nature, he was inable to find more food and had to turn to plants, leading to his death.

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  3. A conflict that occurs is between Chris McCandless and his parents.

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  4. In Jon Krakauer's Into The Wild a conflict would be Man vs Society because society thinks he is crazy for doing this.

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  5. One conflict in Into The Wild by Jon Krakauer is man vs.society because Chris wanted to run away from the society he was in.

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  6. In the story Into the Wild, a conflict that occurs in the story would be man vs. nature because he thought he could outsmart nature, but realized how hard it is to survive it.

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  7. In Jon Krakauers Into the Wild one conflict is man vs. nature because Chris battles the nature every time he gets the chance.

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  9. In the book "Into the Wild" by John Krakauer, the stuggle is man vs. nature because he can't find a way to get out of the wild.

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  10. In the book Into The Wild by Jon Krakauer, Chris McCandless has a man vs nature conflict because he can not find food so he truns to eating plants but he makes a mistake and the plant is poisonous.

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  11. In Jon Krakauer's Into the Wild, one conflict is man vs. man because Chris had a problem with his family and friends.

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  12. In Into the wild Chis has a conflict against himself (internal conflict)when everything in his life falls apart, he tries to stay sane but cannot.

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  13. In the book Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer the conflict in the book is Chris vs himself becasue he is fighting against himself for survival.

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  14. In Jon Krakauer's Into the Wild, Chris McCandless goes through many struggles in the wild finding food and hunting food which leads to him starving to death.

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  16. In John Krakauer's Into The Wild, Chris McCandless experiences an internal, man vs. man, conflict, because Chris is constantly debating with himself about whether he should stay out in the wild, and chase his dreams, or go home and stay with his family.

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  17. In the book into the wild Chris mcandles suffers from many types of conflict, man v.s nature and self. After mcandless went into the wild he struggles with the harsh alaskan wilderness.

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  18. In the book Into the Wild, one conflict is Man vs. Nature because he is hunting and gathering throughout the book.

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  19. In the book "Into the Wild" by Jon Krakauer one conflict is that Chris is trying to fight nature and is not winning so he decides to die in peace on the bus in the wild.

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  20. In John Krakauer's Into the Wild, one conflict is man verses self, when Chris figures out that his dad was having affairs after he met Bilie and Chris was having a huge conflict with him selfe thinking if he should bring it up with his parents or leave it.

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  21. In Jon Krakauer's Into the Wild. He has a big conflict and that is finding food and he has to battle his hunger.

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  22. In Jon Krakauer's into the wild there are many conflicts but one of the major ones is man vs. nature. He is competing with nature the whole time. From finding food to, crossing the river, to finding shelter, and cooking food and, preserving food. He is constantly competing with nature. he has to overcome it or he will shurly die.he was abel to overcome natures obsticles for a while but eventually it took his life.

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  23. In the story Into the Wild by John Krakauer Chris McCandless faces man vs wild because he is made to live of the wild.

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  24. The conflict in John Krakauer's book, "Into The Wild," was Man VS. Nature. Chris had to survive in the wild and to survive he struggled to find food. In the end nature won because Chris died of starvation.

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  25. The truth of the matter is that your all corret. Chris McCandless endured countless conflicts admist his journey. Each one whether it be external or internal gave way to the man that we shall forever refer to as Alexander Supertramp

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  26. The main conflict in Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer is Chris McCandless versus Society. This is displayed where Chris is upset with the overall state of society (ex. his father, who kept a secret wife) and the fact that people sit around, and just take life blow by blow without actually experiencing life to the fullest. Instead they are immersed in what they think is the real world.

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