Describe the plane scene in the short story, The Snows of Kilimanjaro.
It is then morning again, and the pilot, Compton, has arrived to take him to the city and to the doctor. Harry gets in the plane and the pilot, instead of taking him to the city, flies him right by the peak of Mount Kilimanjaro and Harry ‘‘knew that there was where he was going.’’
Harry went to slumberland and dreamt that a rescue plane had picked him up and was taking him to the snow covered summit of KIlimanjaro, the highest mountain in the whole of Africa continent. During his otherworldly and "out-of-the-world" dreamland adventure, he had seen the legendary snow leopard, the dead and wonderfully preserved creature symbolizes longevity and immortality , a special reward for taking a difficult and tedious journey and had suffered through many setbacks and problems and had become the fruit of his success. Some mystical forces that had been evoked in Harry had drove him to seek out the one, true God and gain immortality away from the ugly and monotonous life of his.