In The American dream, Frank was from an average life family. He ended up in the White House and became a role model for many people. Chris’ family embraced Franks’ idea of the self-made man.
Apparently, they had the notion that education would help in elevating Chris, from his middle class lifestyle to a more prominent and successful lifestyle.
This is a notion that many people around the globe have.
When he finally enters the world as an independent young adult, Chris had the rare privileges that many people of his age did not have.
These privileges include a loving family, a college degree, a car that he adored as well as money worth $25,000 in his savings account......
He seals all the loopholes that his parents and friends would use to find him and starts off for a journey to his own world.
He drives into the wild and abandons his middle class life. Later, it is discovered that the young man died in the wild. Attempts have been made to explain the cause of his death, but none can suffice the curiosity.
Because he wrote his thoughts and experiences out in journals and notebooks and in the margins of some of his favorite books, it was possible for his family to retrace some of his steps and get a sense of what he'd learned in his two years on the road.
The book that commemorates his life by Jon Krakauer was made into a movie of the same name by Sean Penn in 2007.
It talks of the cryptic death and life of a brilliant man called Christopher Mc Candless.
He was unmistakably hardworking, “I’ve contracted work with many hitchhikers previously, majority of them had no aspiration to work.