To Build a Fire

why doesnt the man worry about the cold?

what is alarming/absurb sbout hid resctin to the frostbite?

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The man believes himself to be invincible; he doesn't consider the things that will hamper his journey, and he is only focused on its completion. He is arrogant in his belief that he is 'smarter' than the elements.

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