Chapter 13 ends with Billie, McCandless’s mother stating, “‘I just don’t understand why he had to take those kind of chances…I just don’t understand at all’” (132). Whose story does Krakauer tell in chapter 14, and, in reference to the quotation above, why?
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Answered by Andrea V #612776
Krakauer tell his own story in chapter 14. In reference to the quotation above, Krakauer tells this story because he related to it. Like McCandless, he too disappointed his father in the usual way and went on his own journey.