Why do readers and viewers seem to have such a polarized view of McCandless? How does the book and film respond to those polarized views?

Why do readers and viewers seem to have such a polarized view of McCandless? How does the book and film respond to those polarized views?

Paper instructions:
To develop context centered around the unstated assumptions that structure your
argument.
? To state a claim that explains or interprets the argument of your choice.
? To employ a close reading of the text and film: in particular, to use at least three specific
examples from each, and to cite correctly.
? To arrange supporting evidence around specific quotations from the book and film, and to
analyze this evidence.
? To show the consequences of this interpretation.

Do not write a plot summary. Any submitted plot summaries will not pass. Instead,
introduce the unstated assumptions that will drive your claim, ones that connect to
important questions about humanity’s relationship to the wild and to him/herself.

Check this:

http://thatwasnotinthebook.com/diff/into_the_wild_book_1996_vs_into_the_wild_movie_2007

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