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Into thin air - by Jon Krakauer. Cause and effect. --- No...

Into thin air - by Jon Krakauer. Cause and effect. --- No additional information, this is a classwork sheet. I hope this helps!


  1.  Fate and Destiny is an idea that comes up repeatedly throughout Into Thin Air.  Consider the following statements - "The fates of the climbers who died on Mt. Everest were the consequences of their own characters and conduct" and "The climbers were victims of forces they could not control."  Which do you believe?  Support your position in a thorough paragraph.

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