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In into the wild, by jon krakauer, the focus of the book, christopher become entirely self-reliant, mccandless took drastic measures to uncover the truth to assert his independence chris mccandless threw away subtlety and that life was filled with meaning, purpose, and, “the raw throb of existence” (krakauer 22.
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