He made the fire under the tree. When he ignores these warnings, nature is sure to defeat man. When starting to weld the first thing that should pop into the mind is safety. However, the humanity continues to ignore many natural problems. Here he is, a lone man attempting to traverse a relatively short distance, but through extremely harsh conditions.
He has taken an alternate route to examine the possibility of getting out logs in the spring from the islands in the Yukon. Throughout the story, the character exhibits many indications that there is a possibility of his demise. He describes the setting in such a way that the reader feels that they are there with this man in the tundra of the Yukon in Alaska. Response : in a detailed paragraph, say what we know about Sammy in this story, who he is. The man tries to defeat Mother Nature but finds out the hard way he is just not prepared enough. The man gets a further dose of the capricious and impassive nature of the universe when, after painstakingly starting a fire, the life-sustaining fire is ironically snuffed out by falling snow just as he is about to begin thawing out his freezing feet. The image of dog is used in order to demonstrate the gap between animals and people.
Later, the dog moves near to the man, but it smells death. Any rational man, who is not old and womanish, should be able to do so, the man reflects. He could not run anymore and decided to take a rest for quite some time. The man must hike across this area for approximately thirty-six miles before he reaches the camp at which he is expected. The story is told from Sisters twisted point of view seeking sympathy from her readers. There is as well a very important theme. Having made this sincere admission, he died.
Why was London attracted to it? Not only does the narrator know what is happening, but also what the characters are thinking about. Unlike the dog in the story, who can rely on its pure-bred arctic instinct as it navigates through the dangerous tundra, the anonymous man possesses a duller, myopic instinct which is unable foresee the consequentiality of the environment. In secondary succession plants inhabit and colonize earth that was once inhabited by plants life. At one point, suspecting a spring, he pushes the reluctant dog forward to investigate. That the man is unable to eat without a fire despite keeping his lunch against his body again attests to the way his preparations are not enough to face this degree of cold.
Within this analysis, I will be comparing and contrasting how the main characters deal with the issues of being an American-born Asian living in America and how they achieve a sense of balance between both cultures by reconciling with their generational and family conflicts. Rather, the environment is indifferent to the man, as it frequently is in naturalist literature. The dog survives and the man does not, showing the triumph of instinct over rationality. The absence of the sun did not seem to worry the man. He defied nature due to his lack of logical judgment, and To build a fire is a short story written by Jack London.
His behavior demonstrates the arrogance of the civilized man. However, this is not always the case; sometimes it seems in the writer's favor to limit the descriptions of the main character to a minimum, in order to allow him to put the emphasis on the theme. Naturalism utilized the environment to show how fierce and apathetic the world can be. The story is set in typical place. The boys at camp are also alive because they are together and can benefit from each other. In the society where he lived, a fireman burned books, it was illegal for anyone to posses any books. Panicking, he starts to run along the trail.
In sudden desperation, the man removes both gloves and strikes the whole pack of matches. London illustrates and emphasizes this theme in three ways: through his choice of setting, his imagery, and his artful placement of irony within the story. His stories in the naturalistic mode still continue to influence writers today. It could become possible that it would be impossible for humanity to build a fire and we all would be doomed to death. He looked at the dog carefully and called out to him. He is in external conflict with the nature.
All the land before him was ''a mile wide and hidden under three feet of ice. He took out his match from his pocket while looking for a place to sit down for a while. As a result, the fortune begins to play bigger role in survival of the mankind. Both the fur of the dog and the facial hair of the man are frosted from their warm breath freezing. There are four features, peculiar to realism. He questions whether his toes are numb or warm.
The poet himself often embodies the role of ancient and mythological figures to which he alludes in order to strike the reader's infatuation. I will be particularly discussing two plays, Prometheus Unbound, and the Cenci, Percy Shelley wrote in 1819 and 1820. Yet this story is still a very popular story, and it has a mysterious quality that makes it great. The idea of the wise man symbolizes the achievements of the humanity. The man is ignorant of the extreme coldness and feels confident about travelling alone at fifty degrees below zero. As the day passes the colder it gets, causing the unknown character to make life making decisions.
A vast majority of the story is devoted to describing the setting. Characters The man: The character of the man is confidently stubborn because he ignores a piece of advice from the old-timer. Clarisse made Montag open minded, she made him start thinking differently which led him to start making changes in his life. The opening setting is the early morning and the middle of winter somewhere in. The author spends much time in order to describe specific details of the nature.