"To Build A Fire" written by Jack London.
The man in the story shows very little interest in applying his awareness of setting to determine his actions. He fails to take any of the precautions he was told to take. He makes several drastic mistakes--mistakes he was aware he shouldn't make--which causes his death.
As a newcomer to the harsh Yukon winter, the main character makes a devastating mistake when he ignores an essential rule of Arctic survival by deciding to voyage alone along a wilderness trail during a period of astringent cold. "The old-timer had been very serious in laying down the law that no man must travel alone…
- "To Build a Fire" by Jack London. Descriptive and defined points and quotes
- "To Build A Fire" written by Jack London.
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