Into the Wild

To what extent does Krakauer's own history as a young rebellious risk-taker color his judgment of McCandless? Or does Krakauer's own experience serve to enlighten his—and your— understanding of Chris?

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Karakauer allows the reader to ge into Chris' head because he shares enough common ground to at least partially understand Chris' actions.