"To Build a Fire" by Jack London: An anyalisis of the symbolism in this short story.
In "To Build a Fire" the man goes on a journey in the Yukon while it is negative seventy degrees. The man is very stubborn and has a lot of pride on himself. When the author, Jack London, says, "...and the strangeness and the weirdness of it all- made no impression on the man." London is showing the reader that the man does not realize how cold it is. I think that he knows it is cold but refuses to admit that because he wants to be like superman, which is impermeable to the cold. The man sets this unattainable task, getting to the campsite by six o'clock. I think he does this because…
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