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A man traveled in the Yukon in Alaska stepped off the main trail on an extremely cold and gray morning He traveled with a husky wolf-dog The cold did not faze the man a newcomer to the Yukon who planned to meet his friends by six oclock As it grew colder he realized his unprotected cheekbones would freeze but he did not pay it much attention He walked along a creek trail mindful of the dangerous concealed springs even getting wet feet on such a cold day was extremely dangerous He stopped for lunch and built a fire Analysis This introduction prepares the reader for what seemingly begins as an adventure by foot It indulges the reader into considering the temperature and the long journey the man has to encounter knowingly according to our reality that it is unsafe to withstand such temperatures for long periods of time At this point there is little significance as to what the fellow dog represents The reader should be aware that the building of the fire will allow the man to have several pit stops to refuel during the journey thus assuming that this will safely allow the man to reach his destination where the story would possibly continue The man continued on and in a seemingly safe spot fell through the snow and wet himself up to his shins He cursed his luck starting a fire and drying his foot-gear would delay him at least an hour His feet and fingers were numb but he started the fire He remembered the old-timer from Sulphur Creek who had warned him that no man should travel in the Klondike alone when the temperature was fifty degrees below zero Analysis This was merely a simple dramatic pitfall one of which would be expected by the reader Although the man is moving from where he started off in the story the scenerysetting is mostly the same The story
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