To Build A Fire

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Jack London [RL 7 IL 7-12] It is -75 F when a man and a dog begin their journey along the Yukon trail. Theme: destructive forces of nature. 46 pages. Tale Blazers.

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Overview

Jack London [RL 7 IL 7-12] It is -75 F when a man and a dog begin their journey along the Yukon trail. Theme: destructive forces of nature. 46 pages. Tale Blazers.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780895986740
  • Publisher: Perfection Learning Corporation
  • Publication date: 6/1/1979
  • Pages: 46
  • Sales rank: 1,447,210
  • Age range: 14 - 17 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.10 (w) x 7.40 (h) x 0.20 (d)

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    Posted March 16, 2013

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  • Posted January 8, 2012

    Check this out!!

    The flaws of human nature emerge as a theme in the short story “To Build a Fire by Jack London about trying to survive the elements. In this tory a man travel in the Yukon on an extremely cold morning with a husky wolf-dog. At the beginning of the story the cold seem to not faze the man, but has the story progresses it begins to slow the man down and eventually brings the death of him. The dog in the story helps carry a vital role in the story. The dog represents an instinctual reaction the situation, unlike the man who depends on technology. This descriptive story is not only a story to entertain the readers; it is also a very informational story providing the readers with many life survival skills. Through out the story nature can be described as a dominant force in the story, but it is never show to actively attach the man. The wilderness would have been just as cold if the man had never walked along the trial, nature made no malicious act. The man’s own mistakes lead to his conflict with the environment. The man, in his hurry to save his own life, failed to notice the implications of his action and eventually caused his own death. London’s use of survival tactics keeps the reader on edge as the story progresses. As you read the story you never know what is to come next, if the guys was going to continue to survive or die from the harsh climates. After reading this story the reader learns that listening to your peers can play a vital role in your life.

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  • Posted June 10, 2011

    Awesome%21

    Dark+and+sad+but+an+awesome+read+for+any+outdoorsman.

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