This essay is a paper that states the "setting" of the story and shows how the setting affected the plot and what happens in the story.
Jack London's Freezing Setting Turns Man Into Human Popsicle
In the story "To Build a Fire", by Jack London, the reader is shown how harsh the landscape is in the Yukon, and how it can affect a lone traveler. The author shows the empty, lonely, and dangerous terrain affecting the attitude of the main character; the man. This setting of the story has made the man go from cocky, to a little wary, to terrified for his life.
London starts his narrative with a description of the how bad the weather is on this particular day. He not only describes the sky as "cold and gray" (117), but as "ex…
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