6. Chapters 11-13 are about McCandless’s relationships with his family. Do any of these descriptions cause an emotional reaction in the reader? If so, what is it about the descriptions that causes this connection? Is it the words? Is it that we identify with the family situations? Do these effects make the book more powerful? Explain your answer.
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Answered by Aslan
This question asks for personal response. My family sitution will be different from yours so my comparison with Chris's family will not help you.