Into Thin Air

How did Krakauer's attitude about encountering dead climbers rapidly change?

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Krakauer became desensitized to them over time because he started seeing so many of them. The first body shocked him for several hours; the next one he affected him for less time: finally he was no longer shocked. Most of the other climbers simply pretended the bodies were not real to assuage their own fears.