Into the Wild

What did McCandless do that he felt Thoreau and Tolstoy would take pride in?

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McCandless burned his money, something that would make Thoreau and Tolstoy proud.

Then, in a gesture that would have done both Thoreau and Tolstoy proud, he arranged all his paper currency in a pile on the sand—a pathetic little stack of ones and fives and twenties—and put a match to it.


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