Into the Wild

Using the swap meet as a springboard, Krakauer talks about McCandless's love of books, especially the work of Jack London. What attracted McCandless to Jack Londons work?

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London was all about the naturalism movement. He wrote books from a semi-animal point of view, extolling the virtues of the wild free of constraints of civilization. This was right up Chris's alley!