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To Build a Fire

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The idea of this research emerged from the author’s interest in how Jack London’s character and beliefs as a man can be interpreted from his work, “To Build a Fire.” An author’s credibility is very important in making an excellent or interesting book…
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To Build A Fire by Jack London

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The thesis statement this paper would be holding is that man is a frail creature of temperature according to Jack London’s “To Build a Fire”. In the story, the man froze to death because his body was not able to withstand the biting cold out in the snow…
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To Build a Fire By Jack London

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This paper presents the story "To Build a Fire" By Jack London, which is about a man who is confronted by different types of conflicts as he journeys to meet his friends. Most of the conflicts in the story are based on the different thoughts that plague the man’s mind…
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To build a Fire by Jack London

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An author of current paper seeks to analyze the idea and meaning behind the narration titled ‘To build a Fire’ by Jack London. The story highlights how life is full of obstacles and failure to adhere to specifics, may lead to failure. …
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The Man in To Build a Fire

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This research presents how the character of a person determines the course of his life and brings him his doom in the story “To Build a Fire”. The story is a classic example of how an author can use characterization as a most effective literary device in the narration of a story…
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Jack Londons To Build a Fire

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The paper “Jack London’s To Build a Fire” analyzes a short story about a traveler who never makes it to his destination on a particularly cold Alaskan winter’s day. Despite warnings by the ‘old-timer’ from Sulphur Creek, the traveler set off alone on a day-long journey…
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Sonnys Blues or To Build A fire

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The narrator is the older brother who relates the struggles of his younger brother, Sonny, to overcome drug addiction and find his identity and place in the world…
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To Build a Fire by Jack London analyze

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(Name) (Professor) (Subject) (Date) An Analysis of Jack London’s “To Build a Fire”: Man’s Folly and Death Jack London’s 1908 short story “To Build a Fire” is more than a story of death of an unnamed man who travels to the Klondike in winter in order to meet up with his friends at a mining camp but ends up struggling for his life and eventually freezing to death in the cold…
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To Build a Fire and Young Goodman Brown

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Subject Name Date “Element of Nature in Young Goodman Brown and To Build a Fire” “It was all as lonely as could be; and there is this peculiarity in such a solitude, that the traveler knows not who may be concealed by the innumerable trunks and the thick boughs overhead; so that with lonely footsteps he may yet be passing through an unseen multitude.” (Hawthorne, 2) The statement above from “Young Goodman Brown” describes the solitude of the forest, which is majorly where the entire story is narrated…
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The Characteristics of the Man in Jack Londons To Build a Fire

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This research is being carried out to evaluate and present the characteristics of the man in “To Build a Fire” written by Jack London. The story “To Build a Fire” is the product of the author’s thriving experiences in the sub-polar area of Alaska…
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Man vs Nature in Hawthornes The Birthmark and Jack Londons To Build a Fire

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The 'man' in Jack London's story "To Build a Fire" and Aylmer the "man of science" in Nathaniel Hawthorne's "The Birthmark" both appear extremely foolish in considering themselves superior to nature. Aylmer, the man of science, is a genius whose pride leads him to believe that he can improve upon nature's creation…
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The victim: an analysis of the man's character in to build a fire by Jack London

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After reading Jack London's riveting story "To Build a Fire," one may ask the following questions: Did the character essentially commit suicide by deciding to engage in such a dangerous expedition all by himself despite warnings Or was he simply a victim of his own stubbornness, recklessness, ignorance, and ill judgment through and through
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Understanding of Nature in To Build a Fire by Jack London

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An author of this essay would assess the perception of the surrounding nature as pictured in the story "To Build a Fire" written by Jack London. Specifically, the writer of the essay would discuss the idea that an individual can't exist without anybody's supporting hand…
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Anaylize the Development of a story- To Build a Fire, by Jack London

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John London’s short and renowned story “to build a fire” enabled him to earn the most prestigious position of being the foremost American naturalist writer of twentieth century. The story’s plot revolves around the expedition of an anonymous and novice traveler in Yukon…
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Compare and Constrast Paper
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This gives the story an unexpected twist. (Jackson, 18)
The difference in the types of literary devices shows different things…
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American Literature
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Name: Subject: Topic: Date: American Literature The short story, “The Open Boat”, is written by Stephen Crane who was influenced to write this story through his real life experience of being stuck in the sea for 30 hours during his coverage of the Cuban revolution…
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Jack London as an Idealist Writer
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The essay "Jack London as an Idealist Writer" analysis Jack London’s short story “To Build a Fire” tells the tragic story of an unnamed man who travels across the Klondike territory in winter to meet his friends at a mining camp…
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Jack London as an Idealist Writer
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The attempt of this paper is to unearth the idealistic traits in the short story “To Build a Fire” and point out how far Jack London can be regarded as an idealistic writer. The story “To Build a Fire” is comprised of both realistic and idealistic traits…
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Persuasive/Higher Education
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The difference beings about the essential being of each day.
The last leaf describes the ironical part of the story. The sick…
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Compare and contrast
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Name Instructor Class 24 October 2012 The Perceptions of the Ignorant Tenderfoot in London’s “To Build a Fire” Ignorance can be fatal, but combined with arrogance, it results to death. Jack London became part of the workers of the Klondike Gold Rush in July 1897 and his experiences reflected in his short story “To Build a Fire.” The setting is Yukon during its harsh winter moments…
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LITR 221 American Literature rom the Civili War to Present

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Author’s Name Subject/ Course Number Date Submitted The wild tropic seas versus the harsh arctic plains: The mastery shown by Jack London through the settings of his short stories “To build a fire” and “The Heathen” When comparing or contrasting two different works of literature, people normally put their focus on the plot, the characterization, or the point-of-view in which the story was written…
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Week4
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Perhaps the Titanic tragedy and the subsequent novels and movies about the ship have given us a pretty accurate description, for the seven hundred survivors waited in…
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American Literature

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A later revised version appeared in 1908, which remains a classic tale that has found its rightful place in almost every American Literature…
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Jack Londons life, reputation, and characteristics of literature that he has written
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This paper has been written in an attempt to give the limelight to Jack London’s life, reputation, and characteristics of literature that he has written. He was among the first fiction authors to obtain global celebrity because of his exceptional works…
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Man versus Nature
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Man v/s Nature Introduction Lots of discussions and debates have been performed on the topic man v/s nature. The relationship of man with nature is either harmonious or indifferent. But the major question is that how can nature be compared with man? The comparison always takes place between two persons or things with similar qualities, abilities…
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Climax, Setting and Theme
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This discussion highlights that the climax in the story begins when the child is obsessed about the horse-racing that he cannot take any failure. The trouble begins when Paul’s mother visits the nursery to check out the boy. She asks, ‘Master Paul?’ Is he alright?’…
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Research paper
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Conflict between Human and Nature in To Build a Fire Introduction There is a conflict devastating the world. The major war is not between countries but it is a war between humankind and nature. Conflicts arising from political disagreements between countries might have been devastating but the battle between humans and nature has the potential of initiating worse conflicts amongst humans as well as between human and other creatures…
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Charles Darwin Evolutionary Theory
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The paper describes a continuing modification leading to the attainment of the current generation through the transmissible characteristics of a novel organism. The evolutionary process leads to a new advancement in every life stage of a biological organism…
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Jack London: Connecting through Disconnection
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The author states that by investigating what is known of Jack London’s biography, one can begin to trace the deep sense of disconnection London felt in his life and his attempts to use his writing as a means of making the connections he felt were lacking…
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Definition of American Literature 1865-1914
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American literature from 1865 to 1914 often receives a definition expressed in terms of the realistic movement, which is the attempt to depict subjects according to lifelike ways, without any particular interpretation or exaggeration. …
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The wasteland theme in American literature
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The waste land is a critical work that holds significance in the influence of American literature. Eliot poses as one of the most creative authors of the century. The uniqueness of Eliot’s work is that its depictions add a vital substance to the society through the outstanding themes revealed…
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Existentialism
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Name: Instruction: Task: Date: Existentialism There are different and interesting aspects of existentialism that reflect on the life of human beings. This begins with the feelings of anger, despair, absurdity and facticity among others. Therefore, according to famous existentialists such as Jean Sartre, Albert Camus and Soren Kierkegaad, existentialism is a philosophy that its existence comes before essence…
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Literature- Discussing Questions 1

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At 35 with no children around she is different from the average farm wife in Salinas in the 1930s. Most women her age would have several children, but we see no evidence of them. This is a small hint that she might not have…
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World history

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The minute we wake up, we are pressured to greet the world. We can choose to greet it with kindness, or anger regardless of what it has to offer us. Morality and ethics are the two factors…
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Analysis of Short Stories: The Summer of the Beautiful White Horse, Truth, and Lies, My Name is Aram, The Orphaned Swimming Pool
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The paper focuses on five short stories "To build a fire and other stories" authored by Jack London, "The moon and sixpence" authored by Maugham, Somerset, "My name are Aram" authored by William Saroyan, "The Orphaned Swimming Pool" authored by Updike John…
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Family Reunion
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Family Reunion Instructor: Family Reunion It was reunion time and the event was to be held at my grandparents place in Medford, Wisconsin. My heart pounded with excitement and tension as we drove down towards our grandparents place…
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My Mentor, My Friend
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The author describesRepulse Bay, a beautiful place in Hong Kong which attracts many people every day. It is a busy area where merchants bring their goods from other places. Although many modern structures are built around the bay, it still looks magnificent so that many tourists go to the place.   …
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American Gods by Neil Gaiman
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This paper, American Gods by Neil Gaiman, presents the novel, “American Gods” by Neil Gaiman which is also not an exception in this regard. Material pursuit and technological boom have actually changed the concept of American Dream, American God and American Culture. …
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Jack London and Steven Crane
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CERTIFICATION OF AUTHORSHIP: I certify that I am the author of this paper and that any assistance I received in its preparation is fully acknowledged and disclosed in the paper. I have also cited any sources from which I used data, ideas or words, either quoted directly or paraphrased…
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The American Sense of the Possible in Literature
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The American spirit and sense of what could be- the possible- is celebrated and proclaimed throughout American literature. What sets this spirit apart is the willingness of American authors to examine the self from both celebratory and critical points of view. …
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Module 3

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They form the body of any writing. It is these individuals that provide any writing with the soul and essence required to make the fictional piece take on a whole new edge. Characters are the heart and soul of…
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Morphology
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Prefixation: a morphological process whereby a bound morpheme is added to the front of a stem or root word. A prefix is an affix that precedes the root word and forms a new word with a different meaning…
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The American Sense of the Possible in Literature
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The American mythology of the country's own creation is celebrated and proclaimed throughout American literature. Written in the constitution, in the Preamble, the four words, "a more perfect Union" have been the hallmark of the American experiment…
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Make a structuralist analysis of a film or films of your choice. As part of your analysis discuss the type of structuralist analysis you are using

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The goal of this essay is to explore the usefulness of analogies between films, daydreams and dreams to facilitate the use of aesthetics as a film tool and technique that is inspired the subconscious mind. The process of exploration of the topic will involve discussion of…
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Concept Paper
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Title of the study University Name Date Chapter 1: Introduction A phenomenological research study methodology has been chosen to determine if the entrepreneurial successes and failures that have been statistically recorded can be influenced by involving a mentoring program…
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Fire & the Built Environment

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Since the invention of fire, that is in the medieval era there has always been occurrences of fire accidents. Fire accidents are very common in every part of the world. Fire accidents are in some cases very devastating and horrible: they may lead to loss of life in small or big numbers or loss of property…
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Fire & the Built Environment

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It explores some four incidents of fire explosions in Britain: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. The paper looks at the possible causes of these…
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Fires in the built environment

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Did you know that the earliest form of fire fighting took place in Rome in 24 B.C After almost being destroyed by unruly conflagrations, Rome created a fire department consisting of about 7,000 paid fire fighters. Their fire crews responded to and fought fires, and also patrolled the streets with the authority to fine anyone who disobeyed the fire prevention codes (Hashgan)…
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The Fire in the Built Environment

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In the paper “The Fire in the Built Environment” the author discusses the costs of fires, which are very enormous irrespective of the people, region or the country affected by the fire. The community has a significant role to reduce the consequences and the impact of accidents caused by the fire…
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Fires in the Built Enviornment
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Fire accidents are one of the fatal deadly accidents. Precautions should be taken to avoid these accidents. Fire extinguishers and other first aid items like water and sand will help at times of fire accidents. There has been an increase in the number of fire accidents in the recent years…
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