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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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