What happened in chapter 6 Into the Wild?

Summary: Chapter 6 This leads to a visit between Krakauer and Franz, a recovered alcoholic and Vietnam veteran. Krakauer learns from Franz that he and McCandless met while camping at Anza-Borrego Desert State Park near the Salton Sea. McCandless shows Franz the hot springs where he camps in exchange for a ride.

What page is no longer to be poisoned by civilization he flees and walks alone upon the land to become lost in the wild?

NO LONGER TO BE POISONED BY CIVILIZATION HE FLEES, AND WALKS ALONE UPON THE LAND TO BECOME LOST IN THE WILD.” (Krakaur. pg163) According to the quote, Christopher is finally free from civilization and can walk free in the wild.

Is Ron Franz a real person?

He set up a camp outside of here. Russell Fritz, the real name of Ron Franz, was a retired old man who befriended Chris.

How did Franz find out Chris was dead?

Answers 1. Franz waits for McCandless’s return, but one day when he picks up two hitchhikers and tells them about his friend “Alex,” they tell him that they just read an article in Outside magazine about it, and he’s dead.

How old would Chris McCandless be today?

If that were the case, Chris McCandless would now be forty-five years old.

How does the author believe Chris died?

“In all likelihood McCandless mistakenly ate some seeds from the wild sweet pea and became gravely ill,” Krakauer wrote in the January 1993 issue. In “Into the Wild,” his best-selling 1996 book, Krakauer said McCandless died from eating poisonous seeds of the wild potato, not from starvation.

Is Into the Wild Based on a true story?

Into the Wild, the 1996 book by Jon Krakauer, told the true story of Christopher McCandless, a suburban college graduate who, inspired by the wilderness tales of Jack London and Henry David Thoreau, hitchhiked deep into the Alaskan wilderness.