To Build a Fire

the man was without imagination

what does it mean,and how is this fact borne out he rest of the sory

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THe man was without his imagination suggests that he fails to see the signs that nature leaves for him. They are warnings and, in his vanity and drive to reach the camp of men, ignores the possibilities that can happen. Nature can wield forces that the man fails to consider.