Visions of Freedom - Comparing the visions of Douglass and Krakauer
The ability to be independent, to follow our dreams, and to walk our own paths is something many of us take for granted. For some freedom is an illusion, a vision for a better life. Chris McCandless and Frederick Douglass shared this vision. Although their lives were different in many ways, their hope was the same. They each had a dream of being free.
Chris McCandless and Frederick Douglass were two distinctive men. One a slave, the other a young, middle class, white man, they were raised in different eras but shared a passionate hatred for injustice. In Jon Krakauer's book " Into The Wil…
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